Archive for Month: September 2018

  • Cllr Kevin Parry’s Handy Mag Article – Keeping Residents Up To Date

    Homeless People Around Covingham Square Many residents have contacted Barbara, Dale and I regarding the rough sleepers at Covingham Square. Whilst it is difficult to comment on this, we have been working with Housing and Enforcement to try and resolve this issue. Covingham Pavements I am pleased to say that Highways have agreed to carry…

  • Liden Gets New Defibrillator Thanks To Cllr Kevin Parry

    The lifesaving kit can be used to help restart the heart in people who have suffered cardiac arrest. Kevin Parry, chairman of Nythe, Eldene and Liden Parish Council, said the £995 Philips defibrillator had been bought from funds raised at a Liden community day five years ago, as well as the stipend he receives as…

  • Cllr Kevin Parry’s Nythe Lake Community Action Day

    Cllr Kevin Parry “Barbara I and would like to thank everyone who came out today and helped. We have strimmed bushes and grass, removed branches and have opened it all back up. We have removed two trolleys, a scooter, a shop till and loads of bags of rubbish. The photos do not do it justice,…

  • Neighbourhood Watch Signs

    I am pleased to say Barbara, Dale and I have now had the £500 signed off for Neighbourhood Watch signs. This means we can support residents in our Ward. We can get new yellow covers to over the old white signs where those are in place or brand-new yellow signs for streets without them. Please…

  • Cllr Kevin Parry Supports Refill Swindon

    Darkroom Espresso, Pulse, The Core, Ray’s Ice Cream, as well as chains Costa Coffee and Nando’s have signed up to display blue Refill stickers, signalling to shoppers they can top up their reusable bottles with tap water. Refill is a nationwide scheme aimed at helping people reduce their reliance on single-use bottles. Holly Snyder, who…