Kidbrooke with Hornfair

Bit By Bit We Are Losing Our Land

Secretary of Kidbrooke with Hornfair ward Toni Hale writes "When you look a round the borough of Greenwich what do you see? Do you see a lot of open spaces in the form of farms, parks, nature reserves and wooded areas? We are surrounded by so much natural beauty in the form of such open spaces available for all of us to use.

Hornfair Park shows Greenwich Labour’s neglect

Local residents will have noticed that the Council opened a new BMX track at Hornfair Park at the start of September; however, Greenwich Conservatives Leader Councillor Spencer Drury writes that the park tells visitors much more about what is wrong with Labour’s policy for parks around our borough. 

Kidbrooke with Hornfair Conservatives inspecting the weeds on Dursley Road

Chairman of Kidbrooke with Hornfair ward Matt Hartley with the ward Secretary Toni Hale saw first hand the overgrown areas of Dursley and Whetstone Roads on Saturday.  Many residents complained about the Labour Council's failure to take care of their area.

Overcrowding to become a fact of life as Greenwich fails to plan for children’s futures

At a meeting of Greenwich Council’s Cabinet on Tuesday, Labour Councillors agreed to spend in excess of £45m patching up and installing portacabins in primary schools across the borough as they searched for extra places for primary age children.

 

Andy Jennings

Andy was first elected to Greenwich Council in 2006 and stood down in 2010. Andy was chairman of governors at Invicta Primary School, and is a chartered accountant.  Andy was also the Conservative candidate for the Greenwich and Lewisham constituency in the 2008 GLA elections. 

In May 2011, Andy elected as Councillor for the St Neots Eaton Socon ward on Huntingdonshire District Council.

Ex-Kidbrooke Councillors elected once more

Ex-Kidbrooke with Hornfair Conservative Councillors Andy Jennings and Graeme Coombes have been elected as Councillors once again just a year after leaving office in Greenwich. 

 

Plans for Hornfair Lido sink without trace

The Labour Council’s plans for a £10m investment in the Charlton Lido lay in tatters this week after Greenwich Conservatives Leader Spencer Drury forced them to admit in public that the development would not go ahead as planned.

Canvassing in Kidbrooke with Hornfair

David Gold, Cllr Drury, Cllr Dickinson and other team members asked people living along Wricklemarsh Road and Eastbrook Road the ideas which the new Conservative lead Government has brought in.

Transport situation gets worse

Poor local transport services continue to hinder Kidbrooke commuters. The 89 bus service is still presenting problems to those wishing to travel to and from Blackheath and the 486 seems to take forever on its journey to North Greenwich, often more than 30 minutes.

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