A monthly, entertaining and thought-provoking charity quiz, this month in aid of The BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY. Up to five in a team. £5.00 per team. Raffle. Free buffet. Prizes. All proceeds to the nominated charity (over £14,600 raised so far for local and national charities.) Non-members welcome. Players are invited to bring along raffle prizes. Local charities/organisations are sought to benefit from future events.See More
Royal Mail are thinking of selling off the Rosehill site of their sorting office. Obviously for commercial reasons namely £.s.d.Vincent Cable tweets that he has had a meeting with Royal Mail to discuss these plans/proposals, good news, however, for Royal Mail its an easy decision for them to sell the building/land on as they’re a private company, now there’s no prizes for getting this question right but who was it who sold off the company?See More
"I am not sure how much scope the council have to do this. What is really shocking (although perhaps not surprising) is central government's reluctance to modernise council tax which was a rather hasty compromise at the time. Even if one thinks…"
"Thank you James but that is what we thought and that wouldn't go down well with the neighbours, and as I said originally it is a shame the Council do not do this automatically when people have work done"
"In terms of your friend paying more council tax than the now bigger flat below, they can appeal their bands if they believe they are now incorrect - https://www.gov.uk/challenge-council-tax-band
Maybe worth a mention to them. Even though skeptical…"
I haven't had my Council Tax bill in yet, but have worked it out to £84+ per year more. Friend in Hillingdon doesn't pay for Adult Social Care and they have not had a raise in 10 years, except of course to the GLA (who thought that up after the GLC). Another friend called (who lives in this borough ie Richmond) and said why is she paying more for hers than the people living beneath (in Maisonette). Band were drawn when they were a 2 bed and she was a 3 bed, they have extended and are much…See More
I was wondering if there was support in the social club or wider community for a resurrection of the c? Bryan Woodriff was the last serving officer of the Hampton British Legion and will be known to many both as a long standing Councillor (some 20 years) and the leader of the remembrance parade for decades.The Legion requires 15 members prepared to pay £15 each a year in order to allow the flag to be flown for all our existing and ex services personnel.As the son of a British Army Captain I…See More