Posted by Martin Clarke, Saturday, 23rd April 2011 @ 3:26pm
|The latest newsletter from the BWAG can be read here:www.bwactiongroup.org.uk/component/acajoom/mailing/view/listid-1/mailingid-54/Itemid-999
BWAG will be making representations – in the form of a written submission – to the Secretary of State outlining all the reasons why we believe there is a very strong case for this application to be called in.
What YOU can do
SO PLEASE HELP US by:
Return signed sheets either to Stainers on the High Street, Pete Atkinson’s or drop in or post to BWAG, Merchants House, High Street, SO32 1AA (above the Wine Bar).
Posted by Martin Clarke, Thursday, 14th April 2011 @ 11:09am
Apart from rubbish and litter what is the biggest annoyance within our villages? SPEEDING MOTORISTS Maybe?
Please have a look at attached! If you are interested in keeping our villager safe please do email Gary as he is looking for another 5 people to set up the Waltham Chase Speed Watch Scheme.
Gary Pothecary email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the leaflet about the scheme by clicking on this link:
Posted by Martin Clarke, Monday, 11th April 2011 @ 7:10pm
The Pupils of St. John’s have completed their ‘local area’ websites and they can all be found on their blogwww.stjohnsblogs.co.uk/children and searching for websites or from here:
The sites are really good. ‘Hats off’ to Mr Addison for teaching them how to do all this so well. Look out all you professional web designers!
Please visit their websites and let them know what you think.
Tuesday, 26th April 2011 at 7:30pm
Location: Waltham Chase Village Hall
‘A Welsh Childhood’ – Ruth Warren.
Posted by Martin Clarke, Friday, 8th April 2011 @ 3:14pm
Controversial plans for a new supermarket in Bishops Waltham, near Winchester, have been given the go-ahead while a protest was held outside.
Posted by Martin Clarke, Thursday, 7th April 2011 @ 4:18pm
Bishop’s Waltham exchange is scheduled for BT Infinity on 31st December 2011.
Check the BT website here for further details – select ‘Find you area’ on the map and South East.