Category Archives: Connectivity

LLAMAS ARE GO

Wye’s web-aholics may have noticed some changes to the parish council website. Thanks to Councillor Jacobs, it’s been given a makeover. And a llama from Cold Blow Farm! The homepage has been rewritten to explain what the parish council does, … Continue reading

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CYCLE EXPRESSWAY

Let’s forget recycling for a moment and talk about cycling. I’ve got a bike but I’m not sure I’m a real cyclist? I don’t own much lycra I’m afraid. I’ve got some flashy spex but don’t tend to wear them … Continue reading

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THE CHARTHAM SOLUTION

I have been doing some low-level surveillance. Or low level-crossing surveillance to be more precise. This is not the most glamorous spywork but nevertheless of great significance to everyone who lives in Wye. As previous posts have indicated, the level-crossing, … Continue reading

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FREE SCHOOL PADLOCKED AT THE GATES

More on the level-crossing gates. The point highlighted by Imperial’s traffic survey is that many of us are spending much of our day sitting at the level-crossing. The figures on the lefthand side are also taken from the traffic survey … Continue reading

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HOW OUR LIVES EBB AWAY

Councillor Mansfield has kindly forwarded the traffic survey which was conducted for Imperial College by Peter Brett Associates on 11 July 2012. No surprise that the main issue in the village is the level crossing. The above screen-grab shows how … Continue reading

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SEMAPHORE AND LOUDHAILERS

My internet is down. It went down on Boxing Day and I’ve been jumping through a succession of tiresome hoops ever since – call centres, indeterminate appointments with engineers, semaphore and loudhailers… But there have been compensations. Compensation number one … Continue reading

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