Silver Sunday was the brainchild of Warwick Ward Councillor Christabel Flight. It started with a tea dance and within a few short years has turned into a national campaign to tackle the blight of loneliness that affects so many older people.
We have supported residents in tackling rough sleeping within the Ward through local walkabouts with the Police, and through highlighting the correct procedure to ensure that safeguarding responsibilities are observed. The first step in dealing with rough sleeping problems is to report your conce
Firstly, thank you to everyone who voted for us and also volunteered with us for the election. I had the most fantastic time meeting people across St James’s ward and knocking on thousands of doors with Tim and Louise.
Tube noise continues to be a challenging problem for some residents. Cllr Jacqui Wilkinson was pleased to have the opportunity to see works being carried out by Transport for London aimed at decreasing the impact of tube noise.
Conservative run Westminster City Council takes keeping its roads and pavements in tip top condition seriously. That’s why it’s asking local people and businesses to let them know if there are any that needs some attention to drains and streetlights as well as roads and pavements.
As many residents will know, there is a national proposal to create a holocaust memorial and learning centre to ensure that the memory of the Holocaust is preserved and that the lessons it teaches are never forgotten.
Westminster City Council works closely with our schools to make sure everyone gets the best possible educational opportunities. Yet again our students have gained some of the most outstanding results in the country.
Tony Devenish is the London Assembly Member for Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and the City of Westminster. This article was originally published on conservativehome which can be viewed here.
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