Tag Archives: Wye

Who to vote for…

Far be it from me to say who everyone should vote for in the election tomorrow – but at least Kent Online have posted short interviews with the candidates so you can see what the options are. For the interviews … Continue reading

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New Voter in Ashford

Hands in the sink as usual. “Well son, I expect you’re excited about voting for the first time – your chance to tell the government what you think, to have a say in the running of the country?” Teen2 was … Continue reading

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Shop local – you can’t afford not to

A while back I was having a conversation with a friend who was expressing doubts about local shopping. We were discussing the local farmers’ market in Wye in Kent and he was saying that he often visited in order to … Continue reading

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Long Legs

It’s interesting to speculate as to what might be happening if Wye had voted ‘no’ in the Neighbourhood Plan referendum last week. Various members of the community would be walking round in a gloom. Developers would be licking their lips … Continue reading

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WYE WITH HINXHILL FOR GOVERNMENT

A power vacuum. We’ve said goodbye to Brussels. Westminster has dissolved into squabbling about the precise emissions from its own rear end. There seems no alternative. Wye with Hinxhill Parish Council will have to take control. In these difficult times, … Continue reading

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PARISH HEADLINES 46

This is my recollection of last week’s parish council meeting: Councillor Shoults chaired the meeting in the absence of the council chair Noel Ovenden. The community warden was also busy elsewhere. Councillor Shoults updated the council on the ongoing discussions with … Continue reading

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PARISH HEADLINES 45

This is my recollection of last week’s parish council meeting: The council elected Noel Ovenden to be Chair of the Parish Council, to replace Councillor Shoults who is standing down. A vote of thanks was proposed to Councillor Shoults who … Continue reading

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