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Vandals have thrown paint and oil on the skate park equipment at the Beaconsfield park by Windmill School overnight.

The park has had to be closed for safety reasons and it will cost hundreds of pounds to clean up.

Earlier on Sunday, some young children from Windmill School were seen kicking the drum and keyboard equipment on the young children's part of the park, breaking the keyboard. The identity of those children is known and their parents should be hearing from someone soon.

If you have any information on the vandalism of the skate park you can contact me anonymously, call the parish clerk on 01952 567142 or contact West Mercia Police on 101. Any money spent on cleaning up the skate park is money that's not being spent on community events and grants to local community groups.
Vandals have thrown paint and oil on the skate park equipment at the Beaconsfield park by Windmill School overnight. The park has had to be closed for safety reasons and it will cost hundreds of pounds to clean up. Earlier on...
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West Mercia Police are asking for witnesses to a motorbike crash on the Silkin Way in Aqueduct on Sunday.

The 25 year old rider was taken to North Staffordshire Hospital suffering serious injuries and a 13 year old girl riding pillion was taken to the Princess Royal Hospital with a hand injury after the motorbike crashed into a post on the footpath.

Hopefully the police are looking for witnesses so they can decide which charges to bring against the rider for riding his motorbike on a footpath in the dark, presumably without lights or at speed if he failed to notice or avoid the post in the middle of the footpath.

Riding a motorbike on a footway is a criminal offence and if he was riding it with no lights, with excessive speed or carelessly then that's an even more serious criminal offence. People walk on the Silkin Way at all hours of the day and night and riding a motorbike on it is dangerous. If you have and information you can contact the police on 030003333000 (cheaper than 101) quoting reference 720S of May 24th.

One of our local policies at UKIP Telford & Wrekin was to step up patrols of the Silkin Way by the police and park rangers and to introduce lighting along currently unlit lengths.
West Mercia Police are asking for witnesses to a motorbike crash on the Silkin Way in Aqueduct on Sunday. The 25 year old rider was taken to North Staffordshire Hospital suffering serious injuries and a 13 year old girl ridin...
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The British government had a bit of a chit chat about English Votes on English Laws yesterday with one Labour MP – Sir Gerald Kaufman – describing the idea of preventing British MPs from Scotland voting on things that only affect England as “racist”. Ironically, it was Sir Gerald who provided ...
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This week has been a particularly busy one for me and it's not over yet!

On Tuesday we had a mammoth parish council meeting that lasted almost 3 hours. The full council meeting in June is always a long one because of all the financial matters that have to be dealt with but this time we had to decide which of the six candidates who put themselves forward we wanted to co-opt onto the council to fill the vacancy left by Sylvia Horton deciding not to take her seat. The candidates were all excellent but the council decided by a majority vote to co-opt 20 year old Luke Roberts, the organiser of the Youth of Day, Adults of Tomorrow event at Stirchley skate park last weekend.

On Wednesday I had to go to Walsall for a meeting of the UKIP West Midlands Regional Committee which I sit on as Chairman of the UKIP Shropshire County Committee. That was a long but productive two and a half hours mainly discussing our strategy for the promised EU referendum.

Last night I presided over the election of the officers for the UKIP Ludlow branch at their AGM in Church Stretton. Why did they hold it in Church Stretton? I have no idea but I got a nice drive out over Wenlock Edge.

I get a break tonight (apart from having to pop in to work) and then I'll be at the official opening of the community centre tomorrow.
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Earlier this week I was contacted by a resident who had witnessed contractors working for Telford & Wrekin Council dumping the gravel from the pavement they were digging up over the crash barrier opposite Brereton and then trying to cover it up with branches from the trees.

I contacted the council to let them know what had happened and got a fairly prompt response from a council officer who had spoken to the site supervisor who had told him that the workmen had "incorrectly" put it there overnight because their skip was full. I asked him if they had offered an explanation as to why they might have "incorrectly" broken off branches - some of them requiring a significant amount of effort such as jumping on them because it was new growth - to try and cover it up if it was a genuine mistake. I then received a further response to say that he had spoken to them again, the site foreman had been disciplined and they apologised and gave assurances that it wouldn't happen again.

If any mysterious piles of gravel appear around the estate where the pavements are being worked on, please let me know!
Earlier this week I was contacted by a resident who had witnessed contractors working for Telford & Wrekin Council dumping the gravel from the pavement they were digging up over the crash barrier opposite Brereton and then tr...
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This morning I was having surgery on my knee (again) and this afternoon I was back on councillor duties!

This afternoon I have reported an overflowing bin next to the leaning bus stop opposite Briarwood, spoken to the company managing 112 Burtondale which is plagued with fly tipping and been briefed on "Project Depression" which is a project to tackle the collapsing roads around the borough.

I don't know when the overflowing bin will be emptied but it should be done within 24 hours.

112 Burtondale is a bit of a tricky one. The company that is managing the property on behalf of the reluctant owner is based in Essex and they say they can't get it cleared up for another couple of weeks. I have left them a message letting them know that it's being fly tipped regularly and the longer they leave it, the more they will have to clear up assuming it doesn't get set on fire in the meantime. I suspect they might find someone to clear it up a bit quicker than the second week in June!

Project Depression is a project to sort out the collapsing roads around the borough, including (but not limited to) Castlefields Way by the traffic lights outside Aqueduct Primary School, Parkway between Aldi and the Court Street traffic lights in Madeley,, Dunmaster Way in Stirchley, Colliers Way outside McDonalds by the Forge Retail Park, the A4169 by the care home at Lightmoor and the road into Kynnersley. The council have a geophys technician investigating the problem sites to find out why the roads are collapsing and which sites are a priority. Those priority sites will be addressed this year once money has been found to pay for it.

In the last few days I've also reported two lots of fly tipping in Beaconsfield, one on Brookside Avenue by the Briarwood/Birchmore underpass and another on Parkway by St Mary's Primary School in Madeley. I've also reported an abandoned shopping trolley on the footpath alongside the A442 by Telford Central train station.
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UKIP parish councillor, blogger, English nationalist
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Husband, father of 4, Shropshire born and bred, blogger, tweeter, political animal, UKIP parish councillor, eurosceptic, English nationalist.
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