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 31 
 on: June 02, 2019, 12:35:22 PM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by Watchman
I concur with Paris's statement.... and would add …

...with no explanation given at all as to when the old site would be recovered, or indeed, what is being done towards retrieving it.

I'm gathering from the eerie silence on the matter that nothing at all is being done towards getting the site back.

Ho Hum ...

 32 
 on: June 02, 2019, 10:47:58 AM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by Paris
You all do an amazing amount for Cookham by giving your time to run this site; I don't think anyone would argue that.

But, vote for a site to be named the best, when the admin 'mistakenly lost' the whole of the previous discussion board and can't retrieve it, sorry I don't believe you're asking us to vote.

I expect I'll be excommunicated for that comment, but hey ho, that's life.

 33 
 on: June 02, 2019, 03:14:20 AM 
Started by James Hatch - Last post by James Hatch
Maintenance of our waterways. In this You tube is described the work of The Thames Concervancy:

https://youtu.be/x0Cs3ECvlVg

It has voice-over, so turn up your sound.

 34 
 on: June 01, 2019, 08:19:13 PM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by Medtner
Just voted for you, good luck, you deserve it! Thank you for all you do for the community.

 35 
 on: June 01, 2019, 12:12:41 PM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by Cookham Webmaster
Cookham.com is one of the nominees for the 10th Anniversary Good Web Guide Awards 2019. #gwgawards

Cookham.com is just a minnow amongst the big boys, so we desperately need your support so people can become aware of one of the most beautiful, vibrant village websites in Britain beacuse of you.

We are joining the likes of Great British Chefs, Touchnote, Sheerluxe, House & Garden, Biscuiteers, Bloom & Wild, Trusted Housesitters, Nutmeg and Foxtons.

The organisers say:

WHAT’S NEXT

The judging panel will get to work in September but you can start now, getting your fans and followers to vote for you in the People's Choice.

Every week, we will let contenders know who is in the lead. By mid October, we will announce a shortlist for this popular category (around ten) and they will go through to the final round for one last drive to get the most votes. People can only vote once.

Please please vote https://www.thegoodwebguide.co.uk/votefor/cookham

 36 
 on: May 31, 2019, 05:20:31 PM 
Started by Thames Valley Police - Last post by Thames Valley Police
We have recently seen a series of burglaries, where CCTV shows the offenders inside properties wearing motorbike helmets and one wearing a High Viz yellow jacket.  This ties up with a series happening across borders including Surrey.  They apparently drive to and from burglaries on mopeds, which is fairly unusual.  If you see anything matching this MO and your attention is drawn to people on mopeds, where perhaps that is completely out of the ordinary, because it looks odd or suspicious, consider using the 999 number to report it.  Otherwise pass us intelligence on the 101 number or by using the reporting page on the Thames Valley Police Website.
 
May I pass my thanks to Anke, for inviting me to talk to her Sequila group last Tuesday.  Anke runs a small charity for those suffering from neurological disorders, including Parkinsons.  They meet up at the Cricket Club off Summerleaze Road.  They have talks and lunch.  As I arrived, they were having a session in chair based exercise, to keep them as mobile as possible.
 
CRIME
MAIDENHEAD CENTRAL:
maidenheadcentralnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
29/5 - 30/5  Wednesday 10 p.m. / Thursday 11.15 a.m. Islet Road.  Garage break.  Garage door forced two valuable electric bikes stolen.  1.  A valuable Cube Bikes E.Access Pro electric bike. 2. A valuable Cube Bikes E.React electric bike.
30/5  Thursday 7.30 a.m. / 4.30 p.m.  Weldeck Road.  Locked up bike stolen.  A silver, Carrera, mountain bike.  WITH FRAME NUMBER.
 
RIVERSIDE & BELMONT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
 
MAIDENHEAD WEST
maidenheadwestnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN & KNOWL HILL:
29/5  Wednesday 7.30 p.m. / 8.45 p.m.  School Car park, Sutton Road, Cookham.  2 cars broken into.  1.  Car passenger window smashed - Rucksack and contents including a laptop, mobile phone and paperwork stolen.  2.  Car window smashed paperwork stolen.
30/5  Thursday 11.45 a.m. / 4.25 p.m.  Golf Club Car Park.  Grange Lane, Cookham.  Car window smashed - HANDBAG AND CONTENTS stolen from the footwell.
30/5  Thursday 11.15 p.m. / 11.50 p.m.  Restaurant, Bisham Road, Bisham.  Car rear and side windows smashed - Not known if anything stolen.
 
PINKNEYS GREEN & FURZE PLATT:
30/5  Thursday 1.10 a.m.  Sunderland Road.  Van break.  Rear doors forced and tools stolen.  Three offenders were seen making off in a black or navy Audi 30 or 40.
 
MAIDENHEAD SOUTH
maidenheadsouthnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
BOYN HILL, COX GREEN & WOODLANDS PARK:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
 
OLDFIELD & BRAY:
31/5  Friday 3.15 a.m.  Brayfield Road, Bray.  Car rear windscreen smashed - nothing stolen.
28/5 - 29/5 Tuesday 8 p.m. / Wednesday 10.30 a.m.  Windsor Road.  Van break - tools stolen.  The empty toolboxes, were later dumped in a restaurant car park
28/5 - 29/5  Tuesday 5 p.m. / Wednesday 10.30 a.m.  Church Lane, Bray.  Van break.  Rear doors forced - nothing stolen.
30/5  Thursday 7.20 p.m. / 10.15 p.m.  The Causeway, Bray.  Car rear windscreen smashed.  Suitcase, LAPTOP, mobile phone, wallet and contents stolen.
 

 37 
 on: May 31, 2019, 11:33:23 AM 
Started by RBWM Press Release - Last post by RBWM Press Release
In a move that will see the Royal Borough have some of quickest response times to fixing potholes in Berkshire and other neighbouring counties, Cabinet has approved a new policy to fix all reported potholes over 40mm deep within 24 working hours regardless of category of road.

The new pothole scheme, due to launch on 1 September 2019, forms part of a series of commitments to improve highways across the Royal Borough and will see all reported potholes over 40mm deep on roads and over 25mm deep on footways fixed within 24 hours regardless of which type of road or path it is located on. Currently, only potholes over 40mm deep on high speed or strategic routes or potholes over 25mm in town centre locations have to be fixed within 24 hours.

Cllr Andrew Johnson, lead member for infrastructure, transport policy and housing said:

“Delivering our key commitment of investing more than £50m in our highways and pavements over the next four years, including fixing every reported pothole within 24 working hours and introducing an inspection regime for every road every year is one of our top priorities.

“We know potholes are an important issue for residents, which is why we have moved to deliver this pledge early and ensure that reports about potholes are fixed as quickly as possible.

“This change to our pothole policy will mean we have some of the quickest response times to potholes in the county and beyond, and demonstrates that we take the safety of all highways users very seriously.”

The new pothole scheme will sit alongside the council’s ‘find and fix’ scheme which has proven successful and allowed the Royal Borough to accelerate works in high footfall areas without affecting our ability to respond to emergency or other routine works.

Under the new scheme potholes that are over 40mm on roads or 25mm on footpaths will be repaired with 24 working hours. This means potholes that meet this criteria, that are reported after 5pm on a Friday, will be repaired by 9am the following Tuesday.

In addition where there is a clear need for a road to undergo a more time consuming repair, such as resurfacing, the pothole repair will be completed as part of that scheme of work to prevent duplication of work and reduce inconvenience to motorists.

All other potholes (those less than 40mm or 25mm), that do not meet this criteria, will be repaired within the current timeframes depending on their size or location.

You can read more about the new scheme here.
https://rbwm.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s26421/Cab%20rpt%20Proposed%20revisions%20to%20the%20HMMP%20Cab%2019-05-19.pdf

 38 
 on: May 30, 2019, 07:26:01 PM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by Cookham Webmaster
Healthwatch and Frimley Health and Care ICS are asking us to share our views to help improve the NHS.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZT7H986

 39 
 on: May 30, 2019, 09:29:53 AM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by Watchman

I honestly believe that you can say goodbye to the old Discussion Board.
How long has it been … ? two months plus ? …. and yet not a whisper on action taken to restore it.

Which backs my theory that its deletion was, after all, a politically motivated move which has now backfired spectacularly.

Okay - I'm laying down a challenge to the adjudicators to prove me wrong.
Don't hold your breath folks!

PS - and please - no bleeding hearts defending all and sundry for this gross negligence and railing against genuinely dismayed posters .

 40 
 on: May 30, 2019, 07:00:56 AM 
Started by Cookham Webmaster - Last post by CLIPPER
So any news with getting the 'history' back on line?

More developments are being put forward in Cookham, and we need that history to see what opposition /reasons was raised before... before we are all wiped out with more 'opportunistic housing' !!!

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