Rayleigh Town Council

08/05/2016

Tomorrow, will mark the first meeting I will be attending as a Rayleigh Town Councillor. Whilst slightly nervous, I can’t wait to attend to represent the Victoria Ward. More details to follow to let you know what was discussed!

Lollipop Tastic

21/04/2016

At the age of 10/11 children who attend primary schools are asking if they can walk to school on their own. I know at the age of 11 I was walking with my friends across the other side of town to get to school. Besides all the other fears we have as parents for our […]

Our survey says…

13/04/2016

I asked members of local Facebook groups a few questions about local issues and their views on whether local Councillors do a good job at representing them. Here’s the results – the sample size is 96 people. Any duplicate surveys were removed. Other issues were speeding, dog fouling, youth facilities, congestion/traffic, over development, infrastructure   To be […]

Help save Grange Pharmacy

14/04/2016

Earlier this week, I told members of the Rayleigh Action Group that the Grange Pharmacy was under threat from government cutbacks. 300 customers have signed their petition against closure, but they still need residents to come forward and sign their petition. Today’s Echo reports on the story.

Survey

09/04/2016

Take part in our survey to give your views on what are our issues in Rochford District. The survey takes about 2 minutes to complete and you can complete as much or little as you want. Just click the launch me button below to start. Launch me!

April Showers?

10/04/2016

Flooding – is this old news? I don’t think so! The flooding we saw in Rayleigh, was something that really hit the community hard, especially in the Sweyne Park & Grange ward. Besides the council leaders helpful response “Sandbags are what you need” we’ve had the incarnation of the Flood Forum. I’ve yet to get […]

Around Rayleigh

10/04/2016

This weekend we’ve been out and about speaking to people in the Sweyne Park & Grange ward. Luckily the weather has been on our side. It’s been really enlightening to speak to so many people and listening to their views and concerns about our area. One concern that is always mentioned – TRAFFIC! It’s clear […]

Neighbourhood Policing

09/04/2016

We are all aware of the reduction in funding by central government. We all need to feel safe in our local community. We would welcome more policing and the Lib Dems are pressing for adequate funds for our bobbies and a better use of resources. This may not be easily achieved, but together we can […]

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