What are you going to do with this vital lead? You say the police can’t be arsed (which is strange coming from someone who said that they’re an ex-policeman), so what’s the plan?
Hi Lynne, did you ask to be part of the working group? I assume not. This isn’t about a lack of transparency - as you know, members of the public have been invited to provide their opinions by at least one member of the working group. Decisions aren’t made by the working group, so why do you think members of the public should be invited to merely observe their meetings? No doubt the working group ...
Fair does, however certain vocal locals were previously insisting on a local referendum on this matter, but seem to have gone quiet in that respect. Now they seem to be relying on rallying family and friends to their cause, no doubt with a view to saying that the result of their communications means that they speak for “the people”.
You’re being very defensive Lynne. Ms Mawhood clearly wants her missive to be sent to like-minded people - which is fair enough, and standard in any campaign - but there’s no way that I’ll be sending my perspective to her. Which is surely my prerogative.
Well the wording of her communication, (to which select group of people was this sent, I wonder?), leaves us in no doubt as to which side of the fence she sits on. My opinions will therefore be forwarded to someone on this working party who I'd have more trust in to put forward (rather than file away) my personal views.
Baileys/Seabreeze is listed as being at 17-20 Piermont Place. This application is for 15C-20. It’s therefore safe to assume that this application includes what was known as the Beach Cafe (the small unit immediately to the right of Willo’s, as you look from the road, being 15C and the main Beach Cafe being 16).
Ignore Jools, everyone else does. My recommendation is http://divinedevon.co.uk - not used them myself, but friends have and were delighted.
This is excellent! As someone who wears my Dementia Friend badge with pride, I believe that Sefton Hall should be applauded for this. I would also heartily recommend learning more about how being a Dementia Friend can make a real difference.
Like you say Will, it’s a work in progress and I look forward to revisiting this in the near future. In the meantime here’s a link to the Environment Agency’s most recent newsletter about the flood relief project: http://www.starcross-fcc.com/18mar_tds.pdf