Boyn Hill

Congratulations and Well Done!

Hard-working Royal Borough GCSE students have achieved another year of excellent exam results. The provisional results show the schools in this are have increased their GCSE pass rate at grades A* to C from 75% to 77%. Reports currently suggest that nationally there is a slight dip of 0.3% from 69.8%. Highlights locally show: • […]

The Lib Dem Scheme that keeps on giving

The Liberal Democrat scheme that forces developers to give money to pay for local schemes is paying out nearly £million on leisure projects – from landscaping and Green Way improvements to gym and changing room upgrades The nine new projects are: • Expansion of the BodyZone gym and changing rooms at Charters Leisure Centre – £195,000. […]

Home Security Tips

There are plenty of ways that you can protect your home from being targeted for crime. Read some of our tips for a few ideas. Always lock the door and close the windows when you go out, even if you’ll only be out for a short time All external doors should have 3 locking points. […]

“Glitches” on Pay-on-Exit at Nicholson’s

Residents who pay for parking on line at Nicholson’s Broadway Car Park have been told that they will need to register on a new system only a year after the old system was introduced. Parkeon, the company which installed the pay-on-exit system at the Nicholson (Broadway) car park earlier this year, has informed the Royal […]

Spencers Farm

Summerleaze has asked the Council to modify the Green Belt to allow the building of 320 new homes on land north of the Aldebury Road estate and 380 homes on the current site of Furze Platt Senior School. Many local residents are opposed to this development. At the last election we promised to protect the […]