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A quieter week I hope after being out every day last week, still some minor successes, but still bigger concerns looming.

I was somewhat disappointed that NO mention of Whittlesey’s (Must Farm) plan to have some sort of Centre in our locality was indicated at last Wednesdays talk on the project.
I do understand that WTC councillors are also disappointed and will be making representations at their next meeting.

Good democracy starts at ground level – local level and after the Conservative Groups AGM last week, at least the ‘issue’ of selection was brought up and discussed, backwards and retrospective election of candidates is not allowed, so maybe a re-run?

I had 2 meetings with representatives from ‘other’ Political Groups, both very engaging and good to network with other idea’s.
This week I have a meeting with an ex candidate – who informs me he will not be making a stand again.

Enough politics – What about ‘Submarine Sandwiches – ‘Subway’™ – on Saturday morning queuing outside on the pavement no less – Has Whittlesey found the 21st century with it’s first USA styled food franchise – from its beginnings in 1965 to opening it’s first in the UK – Brighton in 1996 – only took 22 years to arrive in Whittlesey. Still we shall see if the local –
Epicurean (A word for SR) is still as enthusiastic in a few months time.

Nice to have received our (2) Monthly magazines, remember these are professionally edited and financed by advertising.

The Whittlesey Business Forum will be having their meeting on Wednesday evening 18:30 when a presentation on the Saxon Pit Recycling Centre will given by East Midlands Waste Ltd (see my previous posting) –

Also updates of the forth-coming Business Fayre on the 20th May at The Manor Leisure Centre – more to follow…..

This is the same date at the now annual BussFest – more to follow which also happens to be A Charity Walk on behalf of Sue Ryder Hospice starting at Thorpe Hall (I have sponsored a walker)

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