On 28/3/2014 the Liberal Democrat Focus team held an exhibition about the proposed new developments in the Walton area. These include 5 self-build houses off Limbaud Close/Chase Avenue in Walton Park, and a new site to be developed, north of Simpson Road by Walton Grange and the industry there.
What is decided at this stage can’t be undone later! Please – HAVE YOUR SAY NOW!
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Where’s Our Playground? That’s the cry of young children in Walton Grange.
Most of the houses and flats have now been built BUT there is nowhere for younger children to play.
The Lib Dems are demanding that something be done to provide a play area, possibly on the edge of the new development next to Walton Grange. We’ll keep you posted and thanks to those local mums who have started a petition.
Some of the children campaigning for a play area in Walton Grange
Yet again, problems with litter and rubbish right across Monkston ward have been taking up the Lib Dems time. If you spot any litter or dumped rubbish please do report it to the team.
Vanessa McPake and Subhan Shafiq contacted MK Council to remove this lot from Perivale, Monkston Park.
Cllr. Jenni Ferrans contacted MK Council to remove this lot from the bus stop outside Walton High and to get the play areas in Studley Knapp (photo) and Tatling Grove, Walnut Tree cleared.
Well done to Kents Hill & Monkston Parish Council for keeping children busy this summer. Activities run until August 30th, so go along and beat the end-of-holidays blues!
Play Sessions for ages 4-14
(children under 8 should be accompanied by an adult):
Monday 10-12.30 (NOT Bank Holiday Monday)
Friday 2-4.30 pm
Monkston Park Green:
Tuesdays 2-4.30 pm
Kents Hill Park
Wednesdays 2-4.30 pm
For older children and teenagers the Youth Club at Monkston Pavilion on Tuesday evenings has now split into two:
7.00-8.30 pm for years 6 – 8
8.30 – 10 pm for years 9-11
Details on their website at www.kentshill-monkston-pc-org.uk – play schemes are under News and the Youth Club is under Youth Matters
“These sessions are really popular. Check them out for your own children and teenagers” says Parish Councillor Jenni Ferrans.
Thank you to all the residents who took part in the events to decide how the new Kingston Library could be used.
We will keep you posted on progress.
Cllrs. Subhan Shafiq and Jenni Ferrans are getting the broken play equipment repaired in the Parkminster play area, Monkston. Some items now have to be ordered from Sweden after the UK supplier stopped trading a few years ago.
Where have the Bars Gone? Cllrs Jenni Ferrans and Subhan Shafiq are getting the equipment at Parkminster, Monkston repaired.