Protecting the Vulnerable

Windsor Fire Service Plans up in the Air

Responding to a Freedom of Information request by Windsor Liberal Democrats, the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service has stated that it is unable to advise what capability the proposed “Local Fire Engine” for Windsor will have. Under the consultation plan the current daytime-only services operated from the Windsor Fire Station by a Full Size […]


Springfield Road, Windsor, Residents’ Parking Consultation

YOUR CONSULTATION MUST BE RETURNED BY THE 4TH OF DECEMBER Click Here to Download the Consultation Make sure you have your say on the introduction of residents parking charges in the Springfield Road area of Windsor. Following the approval of the massive new offices on Alma Road the Borough is now consulting introducing residents parking […]


End the queue jumping for allotments

Many local residents who have been on the waiting list for allotments or many years are to lose out of the opportunity to rent an allotment, following a decision by the Coservative council. Rather than allocating the allotments to people who have been on the waiting list, the Conservatives at the Royal Borough are placing […]


Manor Green Respite Centre closed

Following an unprecedented increase in charges for the respite centre at Manor Green School, the unit is closing for the Autumn term. The increase in charges made by the Conservative Council from £40 to £350 has made this unaffordable to many people. A resident of Maidenhead who used the vital service told the Maidenhead Advertser […]


We need to keep the caring community

Liberal Democrats  have raised serious concerns about the Council’s budget this year,2011 to 2012. Leader of the LibDems in the borough,  Simon Werner said, “We have yet another budget from the conservatives that attacks the very nature of our caring community.  It includes yet more increases in charges, sometimes on the most vulnerable in society,  […]


Save Clarence Road Day Centre

Local Lib Dems fight to keep King George VI Day Centre in Clarence Road Open Local pensioners have been disappointed by the Council Conservatives decision to not give a grant to keep the King George VI Day Centre open. These day centres provide a lifeline for elderly people both physically, in ensuring they get the […]

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