Climate Emergency Committee

Meeting Monday 24th June Timely that we just met on the same day (Monday) that Andy Burnham was announcing radical improvements to Manchester’s public transport. It’s obvious we all have a stake in the our environment and no one wants to see our green and pleasant land turned to dust. It’s so good that we […]

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End of May 2019 – an update on 14 days

In which I report on ward tour with chief executive, bringing the United experience up to modern standards, environmental failures in Trafford Park village area as well as general activity in May 2019 […]

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Swings and Roundabouts – May 2019

Weekly update Vandalism at Nansen Park. Quickly repaired and restored by One Trafford. Email complementing work sent to the team. BT Telephone Box at Lostock Circle reported as vandalised. Cleaned and repaired now. Good work by BT Publicised closure of Lostock Circle post office. Will chase if not resolved quickly Continued to try to pull […]

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First week back

The election is over. Many thanks if you voted for me. I’m overwhelmed to have got 65% of the vote in Gorse Hill Ward which is humbling given the state of politics at the moment. The priority has to be to get the services that Trafford provides back up to scratch. There can be no […]

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What to do about Stretford

Stretford town centre has hit the press again. In a league table of a thousand towns it’s been placed at number 999. It’s infuriating. Stretford Arndale is fifty years old this year. It feels to have been a slow decline for decades. For a brief period when it first opened Stretford would have been top […]

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