This has been the case for around a week (atleast when I first noticed). I will ask what it is about?
Posts Tagged ‘Gladstone Avenue’
Out and about delivering Feltham North latest this evening. Delivered to Helen Avenue, Gladstone Avenue, Shaftesbury Avenue & Burns Avenue. It was very cold and nice to be home.
Yesterday was a day I will not forget for a very long time. I think that a number of fellow Feltham residents will feel the same for yesterday we met in Feltham Town Centre to pay tribute to the memory of Freddie Mercury and to welcome back his family and Brian May to Feltham.
The event surpassed expectations and everyone seemed to enjoy. Great to see Feltham also getting such positive coverage on the box. The day was really well organised and the weather behaved also!
This was the brainchild of Councillor Peter Hills and all of the acknowledgements that he has received are well deserved. Councillor Paul Jabbal gave a really good speech when he welcomed everyone. Freddie’s mother, aswell as Brian, gave a very moving tribute to their son and friend respectively.
Here are some pictures:
Here is the tribute band playing (they are really good):
Before the unveiling:
Here is Freddie’s mother preparing to speak, alongside her daughter and Paul Jabbal:
This was taken at the beginning of Brian May’s speech. He turned to Freddie’s mother and made reference to what a lovely speech she made (one of so many nice touches on the day):
After the unveiling – this is something to be really proud of:
The Lead Singer of the tribute band with me. He and his fellow Members had come down from Nottingham tp participate:
My ward colleague, Councillor Gill Hutchison getting her Queen Calendar signed by Brian May:
Me with other members of the tribute band:
I was thrilled to see residents I know – who lived near the family in Gladstone Avenue – at the event:
Freddie’s mother and I:
Karline (my wife) and Freddie’s mother:
Brian May and the Mayor, Councillor Paul Lynch:
Neither Feltham or Freddie were forgotten yesterday!
I saw this on my home from work:
I will report it and ask if the tagging can be removed.
Lovely weather! I took my time and delivered the latest Half Year Report to Gladstone Avenue and Helen Avenue. Of course, this was only possible because the planned Borough Council had been cancelled.
Picked up two bits of case work but did not get talking to many people. Maybe everyone was having a pleasant time in their back gardens?
Do feel free to post any feedback – good or bad – on the latest leaflet.
Some of you may have noticed the digging up of the new pedestrian island in Staines Road earlier today. This follows on from an email that was sent by a constituent (and copied to me) regarding drainage problems. That is what the work today has been about. I hope to see the lining corrected by the beginning of next week.
For those who have not seen the new island, here it the picture that is also on the front of the leaflet:
Back to the weather, I think we are in for a very warm night.