Well said BEE9. The council seem happy to support ripping up a third of the lawn area for a playpark but do nothing about the areas you mention above. They need to get those areas up to a high standard and buy more benches before they do anything else.
@Lynne , thanks for the link, i think as many of us as poosible need to attend that meeting as, on the surface, it all seems a bit odd as there is no mention of a 'call in' on a decision made at the previous meeting. i will do my best to be there.
@Lynne , not been a councillor for over a year now so my memory might be a bit iffy but i thought any decision made in any council or committee meeting had to be 'called in' within 10 days of the decision being made if there was to be a challenge to the decision. i have not come across 'to rescind a resolution' before.
@Lynne , a few years ago we tried to return various items of rehab equipment my mum needed following a few falls due to postural hypertension. we tried barton surgery, dawlish hospital and torbay nhs trust. eventually we were told that it is not cost effective to collect these items and to give them to a charity shop! which we did. so...........not only do we have a throw away society, we also ...
@DJ , one of the best posts i have read for a long time. the system is not joined up and it is in a god awful mess.
Thanks BEE9, appreciate your good wishes. And, agree with your post. I have repeated my mantra for the last 35 years, until health and education are removed from political control they will never improve.
This was mentioned when they wanted to build the monstrous armadillo on the lawn. Some research was done but I don't know if anyone actually found anything out. I will email a couple of people and post here if I find anything out.
@Daverc , the consultant my hubby needs to see wasn't available yesterday afternoon as he was doing private work at mount stuart. his secretary did offer to get me the prices for my husbands injections should we wish to go privately and said we had the choice of having it done at torbay or mount stuart! she did point out that we would still have to wait though, the whole of two to three weeks, ...
What I have learned over the last few weeks is that if you are admitted to hospital as an emergency then you get treated rapidly and the care is excellent. However, if you have a chronic condition then you will probably die before you get an appointment with a consultant! Hubby just been told he will get an appointment to see a consultant in November, even though they know the severity of his ...
No Lynne, I just read that really interesting bit of a monumentally boring thread!