Jul 29 2014

Luckley House Win Garden Competition Second Year Running

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Luckly House             Denise Libbeter Scheme Manager ABC

Congratulations to residents of Luckley House…….
Luckley House has won first prize in Ashford Borough Councils garden competition for tenants. This is the second year we have won the prize in the communal garden section. Denise Libbeter {manager}and the tenants are delighted with their win. Dorren and David Wiggins have won two second places for their front and back garden in Little Chequers in the best kept garden class.
Veronica Cackett

 

 

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Jul 27 2014

Labrador Rescue Kent and Borders Summer Fair to be held at Wye

Published by under Wye Animals

Frinny

Wye is home to quite a few Labradors and aren’t they fortunate to have good homes and plenty of walks all over the Wye Countryside.

Frinny, (pictured above) Timmy, Willow, Bertie, Maggie  and others are all Wye Labradors,  happy & lucky.  However some Labradors are not so lucky and need the help of the Labrador Rescue Society who have chosen Wye as the place to hold their fund raising event this coming Saturday. For more details: Continue Reading »

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Jul 23 2014

Its’ back to the Trojan Horse

Trojan Horse Cartoon

The recent Free School traffic chaos reminds us of David Hewson’s words here on wyeweb March 2013.

‘The Free School may have been born of lofty ideals and good intentions but do Imperial Kensington now see it as a Trojan horse?’

David also stated… ‘No one talks much about traffic flows in the future (it’s one of the most galling omissions of the free school organisation). But these are serious issues that can’t be handled by a simple ‘fix the crossing’ solution. Unless Imperial plan to come up with a surprise toll tunnel option, more roads would be on the way.’

Back to lofty ideals and good intentions……. an email written by a Parish Councillor 27 March 2013 gained under an FOI (which Parish Councillor is immaterial) to Richard Alderton Head of ABC’s Planning and Development lists a summary of points from a meeting with John Anderson (Chief Executive Imperial College Fund). In his covering email our Parish Councillor states that his meeting was ‘A reality check with someone managing a property portfolio ….. and that he would not say that Steve Howe and co have been putting up smoke screens but the houses in exchange for community activities including the Free School should really have been spelt out at the start!’ Continue Reading »

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Jul 22 2014

Parking – Total lack of thought from Free School

Published by under Wye Free School

The following has been reported to Wyeweb by various people…….

Occupation Road was blocked this evening by two coaches parked adjacent to each other  whilst children were unloaded.

A Mother in one of the invisible cars that do not exist, parked on the right hand side on the double yellow lines waiting to pick up her child.

Meanwhile people leaving BCP were blocked from leaving Occupation Road and people trying to get to their homes were prevented from doing so. Access to the allotments was also blocked. This does not take into account emergency access.

Our Parish Council were part and parcel to supporting the coming of the Free School and will soon be ringing their hands at the parking problems to come as it expands. Continue Reading »

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Jul 22 2014

More Fly Tipping in Wye Woodland

      materials[2]   DBM Builders Merchant’s Bag Garden rubbish was discovered today in some of our lovely Wye woodland. This has been dumped very recently. Four large builders bags containing cuttings from both Witch Hazel and Viburnum trees, Ivy and other general garden rubbish . Two of the bags carry the DBM logo (Direct Builder’s merchants.) Continue Reading »

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