Street Weeks.. our part of South Colchester leads the way

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Street Weeks is a new project in Colchester to get Police, Council and other agencies such as Neighbourhood watch going into the local communities listening to concerns that residents have.

I was so proud to go door to door with the professionals and chatting to so many people.

Www.essex.police.uk/streetweeks to give feedback

 

Broken Glass problem

As Cllr Martyn Warnes and myself were leading a litter pick on school Road, and doing the play area, we came across lots of smashed glass. Some one had deliberately broken with intent of causing harm to young people

Shamefully this action puts our young people at risk

We remember the adverts on TV years ago with a boy running across sand and the camera action stops just before his foot is impaled onto a large shard of broken glass.

We must work with our community to stop this type of moronic and mindless vandalism

I am offering a reward of £50 for information leading to successful prosecution of the vandals

WILBYE CLOSE FOOTPATH TIDY UP

After some residents contacted me over a very overgrown footpath leading from Wilbye Close to Shrub End Road, I requested the Parks and Footpaths teams to come and trim back the vegetation.

A big thank you to the Council team, who came along within hours of being reported to ensure the footpath was fit for purpose

Result :   If you have issues like this in Berechurch or Shrub End just either call me on 07816168858 or e mail on councillor.dave.harris@hotmail.co.uk

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Litter Pick : King George Road area

Today (14th October) residents of King George Road / Queen Mary Ave / Pownall Crescent came together to do a tidy up of their area. It was great to see the dedication of litter pickers (experienced and novice alike) to clear their area.

Many bags of rubbish were taken off the streets

Next week it is the turn of a different estate – Monkwick on 21st October

Brilliant work !litter pick king george road

LION WALK CENTRE

The 40 th birthday for the Lion Walk activity centre was held today.

Members had a buffet with a visit from Deputy Mayor of Colchester. 

The centre staff were brilliant, making sure that all attendees were fed, watered, and entertained. 

I throughly enjoyed and even managed to do a bit of MC to assist.