Mandela is remembered for celebrating the idea that every individual can have an impact on the world, and that no gesture is too small to spark change. To continue his legacy, we ask everyone to commit just 67 minutes to help make the world a better place! So, use this time to do something positive, whether that is helping out a friend, or making a difference in your community.To keep his spirit alive, Starfish supporters are organizing a charity fun run in Hyde Park at 10am on Wednesday 18th July - Mandela Day. The idea is to run for as long or as little as you like, meeting everyone at the start line to run the final, and most important, 466.64m (Mandela’s prison number) to the finish! As it is suitable for all athletic abilities, and all ages, it is a perfect opportunity for the whole family to get out and enjoy the sun during the school holidays! Although there is no strict theme, fancy dress is encouraged as there are prizes up for grabs for the most creative outfit, as well as for most money fundraised and longest distance run to the start line. If running isn’t your thing, there are plenty of games and sports to take part in during the day, as well as snacks and drinks to enjoy in the park afterwards. In the true spirit of Ubuntu, all funds raised will be shared between Starfish Greathearts Foundation and Uthando Masibulele Education Centre, helping vulnerable children in South Africa.To register,visit https://www.charitydayuk.com/aboutFor any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The British 10K has returned to the capital, with one of the most unique routes in the world!Set yourself a challenge for 2018 and register now with Starfish to run the iconic British 10K Run on Sunday 15th July. The historical and exciting run takes you through the heart of London on closed roads, past world-famous landmarks including the London Eye, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. You will be joined by tens of thousands of spectators lining the route from start to finish, so you can’t miss it ! Join our team and run for Starfish Greathearts Foundation; a charity supporting children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Starfish members aim to fundraise £100, helping to bring life, hope and opportunity to the vulnerable South African children that we support. We will support you throughout by providing: A Fundraising Pack with tips and ideas on how to reach your target. A Free Starfish running vest And of course cheering and finish line refreshments on the day.To register for this exciting run, please visit the Starfish website https://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump.aspx For any more information about the event and how you can you get involved, please email me at email@example.com.
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12noon till 4pm at the Churchfields Recreation Grounds, Hanwell, W7 3BP. Bring your pooch along for a fantastic day of fun. Food and refreshments available. www.thebunnyparkdogshow.co.uk for more info.
Sharron Clarke ● 872d0 Comments ● 872d
On Saturday 4 August 2018 at 2.00pm, a memorial service is being held in the Metropole Theatre, Abertillery, South Wales for two Abertillery murder victims, 8 year-old Freda Burnell and 11 year-old Florence Little who were killed in Abertillery in 1921.Their killer, Harold Jones a.k.a Harry Stevens lived in Fulham, Putney and Hammersmith between 1946 and 1971 when he died. With a choir and town band performing at the memorial service there is expected to be over 250 people attending. There will be an expected 50 members of the 2 girls' family members attending from various parts of Britain. After the service there will be a re-dedication of the 2 girls' memorials at Brynithel Cemetery.Over the past 7 months, myself, Councillors Gill Clark and Julie Holt have raised nearly £3,400.00 towards the cost of restoring the 2 dilapidated memorials. We are still about £200 short of paying the memorial mason who has done the work at cost price and about £300 short of printing 260 memorial service programmes. These will consist of 8 pages each.We have now been given a donation to book the Metropole Theatre for the event. We have also been kindly offered a donation of £300 towards the cost a buffet that will be held in the Metropole later in the afternoon.If anyone would like to consider making a donation for this worthy cause please contact me on 07989555376 or firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease google Florence Little/Freda Burnell or Harold Jones - Killer for more information.Regards.Neil Milkins
Neil Milkins ● 873d0 Comments ● 873d
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Gianluca Gardin ● 942d0 Comments ● 942d
Please everyone in abbey ward vote labour out in may..we have had the worst councillors in this ward I have ever known..at least the two females..if we want anything left of our heritage vote in the three conservative councillors ..what you want to do in a general election is up to you but labour is toxic for our ward!!!!??
Jean Matthews ● 943d0 Comments ● 943d
Regarding Abertillery child killer Harold Jones. 10 years ago, New Scotland Yard informed South Wales Police that they believed it was possible that Harold Jones may have been the killer of 12 year-old Muriel Joan Drinkwater in Swansea in 1946. The Detective Chief Inspector who led the murder inquiry ten years ago has retired from the Force refusing to believe that Jones was the killer, although D.N.A could prove one way or the other whether Jones was or not. Now under instructions from the South Wales Police Chief Constable Matt Jukes, the case is being looked into by South Wales Police Assistant Chief Constable Jonathan Drake, Detective Chief Superintendent Danny Richards and Detective Chief Inspector Mark O'Shea. Five years ago respected Detective Chief Inspector Paul Bethell confirmed that Jones WAS a suspect in the Drinkwater murder inquiry.
Neil Milkins ● 945d0 Comments ● 945d
Councillor nick draper.speaks of Merton.s rich heritage!!!!he and the labour administration have gone about destroying it..despite huge protests abbey mills was reduced to a shadow of its former glory.wimbledon library,they tried to sell off and John Innnes gift .Merton hall ,which was meant for local community.is to be given to e.lim church outsiders!!if we want any heritage left we have to vote out this labour administration.especially in abbey ward,where massive amounts of heritage have been lost!!!
Jean Matthews ● 971d1 Comments ● 957d
If you've not already voted, don't forget you only have until 5pm tonight to do so.Vote for Common Sense!
James Leek ● 974d0 Comments ● 974d
I grew up in Merton (1947 to 1963) and was at the Coronation Street Party in Oxford Avenue (Wimbledon Chase) in 1953. I would be delighted to know if there is to be a Jubilee party there, or nearby, this year.Original photographs can be seen on Page 2 of my History Pin Channel at http://www.yourtotalevent.com/My%20Life/YTEHistoryPin.htmRegards to Merton!Mike
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Unfortunately John Cameron was unable to attend the Hustings arranged by the Wimbledon Society which was held on Wednesday this week. The Society refused to allow me as his designated representative to read his statement or answer questions. He had prepared answers to 10 "tough" questions, and in a spirit of openness has asked me to copy them here:JOHN CAMERON – QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ. Can you really work together with other Trustees considering you have failed to do so for the last three years? A. I haven’t failed to do so - from April 2015 to November 2016 I participated fully in all the board matters. The ‘disagreements’ were over fundamental issues which I considered to be misconduct . It was clear to me that a faction of the board were colluding to kick the undersale into the long grass. They were doing so with the support of professional advisers. Trustees and advisers failed to disclose material conflicts of interest, which are now known, and these have been passed to the Charity Commission. As a Trustee I was exposed to this collusion, misconduct and mismanagement. I was elected as a Trustee to serve ONLY in the interests of the charity, and that is exactly what I did. To participate in a cover up would not have been in the interests of the charity, it would have been misconduct. Q. Why do you want to sack Simon Lee? A. Simon Lee deliberately misled the Charity Commission in January 2015 when he stated in writing that the WPCC did not have a case to answer in respect of the undersale of the access. We now know the undersale caused a loss of £1.55m. Mr Lee participated in the very obvious attempts to block an independent and fair investigation. He also participated in the appointment of Daniel Watney LLP which does not stand up to scrutiny. The Daniel Watney LLP valuation cost some £40,000 and has now been shown to be fatally flawed in terms of its assumptions and conclusion. This is misconduct and mismanagement. CEO’s need to take responsibility for their actions. The board, as Lee’s employer, will need to review his actions in due course. There are a number of fundamental reasons why Simon Lee’s leadership should be reviewed including whether he continues to have the support of the WPCC team members. Q. Your actions have caused the financial crisis the charity is in by forcing the board to spend £400,000 with lawyers? A. My actions have not caused the financial crisis. The conflicted Trustees went on a ‘spending spree’ with lawyers to run up as large a bill as possible. The initiative was led by the conflicted Trustees to enable them to close down the Putney Hospital investigation without procuring an independent valuation. When it was clear to me and other Trustees that BWB were acting in the interests of the conflicted Trustees, BWB were challenged and quit. A material conflict of interest was not disclosed. Charles Russell Speechlys were then a mirror image of BWB. A material conflict of interest was again not disclosed. The unnecessary expense was committed by the board in order to try and avoid taking responsibility for the the deliberate undersale. The financial meltdown was deliberate and instigated by Trustees. The Charity Commission have the evidence of this, and have been continuously informed from the summer of 2015.Q. Why do you want to remove the benches on Putney Common outside the Spencer pub on Putney Common? A. I do not want to remove the benches. My opposition to them was driven by the lack of consultation. The benches appeared overnight. The charity charged the Spencer a token amount, without taking any professional advice. When I became a Trustee I challenged this and advice was taken from unqualified advisers. Their advice was fundamentally wrong, based on incorrect assumptions. The advice then suggested that the Spencer could ‘go legal’ if they did not get their way. The advice was worthless, yet accepted by the board and acted on. If the Spencer want benches the Trustees have a fiduciary duty to ensure that the agreement is on the best available terms in the interests of the charity. That is not the case, as the benches are under rented. In December 2018 the WPCC made a deliberate misrepresentation to Wandsworth Council over the planning application for a permanent change of use. The application has now been withdrawn. Q. Why did you refuse to abide by the agreed policy of the board not to disagree publicly with agreed actions? A. For the simple reason of ensuring that levy payers were fully informed of the serial misconduct and mismanagement of the WPCC. To not do so would not be in the interest of the charity or the levy payers. It would be mismanagement and misconduct.Q. You shouted at other members of the board and acted unreasonably to such an extent that you had to be excluded. Is that the sort of behaviour we should expect from a Trustee? I have not shouted at anyone or acted unreasonably. I have simply argued my corner. I have been threatened physically, lied to repeatedly and placed under huge amount of financial stress by the board to force my resignation. When I resisted this and asked questions about transactions a vexatious complaint was submitted by Prue Whyte and Simon Lee to the Charity Commission. It was rejected by the Commission as I and my lawyers refuted it line by line. There was no case to answer. The WPCC tried to sack me and failed. They wasted £60,000 of levy payers funds with lawyers, an utterly shameful misuse of the charity’s resources.Q. Why don’t you want the charity and its management to work with the local community. Aren’t Stakeholder groups important? A. Stakeholder groups are important. But the Trustees have the legal responsibility for the charity and the founding legislation. Derogation of setting strategy, governance and legal responsibility is completely contrary to good governance. Q. Will you accept the Statutory Inquiry report if it decides that no action should be taken to recoup the losses incurred at Putney Common? A. There is ample evidence to support the case that undersale in 2014 was deliberate. I have been interviewed by the Interim Manager and made my position clear to the Charity Commission. It is up to the Charity Commission to make whatever Direction(s) it decides. I believe that the losses are recoverable and it would be in the interests of the WPCC to do so. To not do so because of personal loyalties or conflicts of interest is contrary to the legal responsibility of Trustees.Q. Why are you suggesting that the democratic election of Trustees will be abolished? A. It is clear to me that there is an agenda to make sweeping changes to the 1871 Act. This will include the cessation of elections which allow residents to have a voice in the governance of the WPCC. Other changes include vesting more power in the executive, the ability to commercialise the commons, including the sale of land if it is in the interest of the charity to do so. The commons are coveted; 1,140 acres of freehold land in central London. The 1871 Act has not protected the commons due to weak Trustees. Trustees who act as a clique cannot be trusted. We know from experience that cosy cliques are prepared to roll over for political allies or personal friends. Protecting the commons is paramount, for us, our children and their children. Q. Why won’t you support the Strategy and Vision statement? A. It is management speak and white noise. A document which is not costed and cannot be implemented. Designed to deflect from the real issues. It is not necessary to commission market research as what the WPCC’s role is in modern society. The commons are precious. Managing them is not challenging. Balance the books. Invest wisely. Keep it simple. Do it well. Be a little better each year. Repeat. John Cameron, 7 February 2018
Nicholas Evans ● 993d0 Comments ● 993d
Where has the latest Nicholas Evans post gone.? They were there yesterday!
Roger John Castle ● 1090d2 Comments ● 1004d
Mertons labour council seems to have no regard for the will of the people it should be serving.harris academy and Merton hall are two different issues..the local people want to keep their public hall,the council are only the custodians of John inn.es legacy..they are morally in the wrong to give it away to a private.rich religious sect like church.....the Harris academy ,which does not even have planning permission from the government could relocate to North road thereby costing council taxpayers nothing!!..or the warehouse church could go there..the site could be shared and gym facilities retained....It will cost council taxpayers up to four million to demolish Merton hall and build a windowless warehouse..where is the logic? ordinary people are not represented by mertons elitist labour council..it's for the few who run it not the many who pay their wages!!!!!
Jean Matthews ● 1027d0 Comments ● 1027d
Why I am not seeking re-election as a Conservator in the February 2018 election…..and why I am recommending that none of the Conservators elected in February 2015 do so either.We need a clean sweep so that the charity can move forward with confidence into the next triennium. Our precious open spaces are more important than any individual or group of individuals.Regrettably there is an extremely destructive small group who, in my view, will go to almost any lengths to try and bring the charity down. This, I believe, is their aim. The Charity Commission’s statement of 22nd December 2017 made clear ‘It would encourage those with appropriate knowledge and skills to consider standing.’The statement continues: ‘The Commission hopes that after the election all the elected and appointed trustees will work together to take the charity forward. This would include considering mediation to resolve any outstanding issues within the trustee body and putting into place any actions issued by the Commission.’It is not encouraging to think the new Board may have to consider mediation as a starting point. With new, ‘fresh faces’ and open minds this should not be needed.The Commission has given an indication, but without commitment, that they are looking to close the Statutory Inquiry within the first six months of 2018.It is my understanding, from a meeting I had with the Charity Commission on 18th December 2017, that the Commission wants to bring this whole matter to conclusion so that the trustees can get on with running the charity. I am equally clear that the only issue that the Commission is investigating is that within the current remit of the Interim Manager.I will be looking to give my five votes to candidates who are able to prove to me that they are not coming with any ‘baggage’ or arguments from recent past disputes. We have many talented levy-payers with sound common sense and appropriate skills including the ability to work collectively who we need to support to take on these important Conservator/trustee roles. I will give them my full support in whatever way I can. I will also continue to give my full support to the quite excellent staff that WPCC is fortunate enough to employ. Prue WhyteElected Conservator
Prue Whyte ● 1033d1 Comments ● 1032d
Great new book – The Ponds of Wimbledon CommonThis is a compact little gem which opens eyes and minds! An easily read , beautifully produced and photographed guide to all the ponds of Wimbledon Common – including Scio Pond, the one on Putney Heath with a fascinating history.Ideal for the first time visitor/ explorer, but even those who think they are familiar with the amazing ponds on these glorious Commons will find something new. This complete and compact guide to the history, location, and flora and fauna of each pond is a tribute to the enthusiasm and skill of amateur author Dave Treanor It is on sale for £6.99 at the Wimbledon Society Museum in The Ridgeway, the Rangers’ Office on the Common, Wimbledon Village bookshop and Waterstones on The Broadway. It should be appearing on Amazon shortly. It can also be bought on-line from http://www.treanor.co.uk/books/ Reviewed and recommended by James Leek
James Leek ● 1034d0 Comments ● 1034d
Bit of a long shot but these forums have been such a help over the past 10 years. I am trying to contact relatives of the above who were married in Chelsea in 1931. Eileen's father John Widdows and sister Muriel Ellen May Widdows lived at 29 Hestecombe Avenue Fulham in the 1960's. George and Eileen had a daughter Patricia A Crowe born in Chester in 1941. It is believed Patricia married Dennis M Jones in Chester in 1959. Someone with the name B.Trott may have been in the family.
Neil Milkins ● 1038d0 Comments ● 1038d
Join Starfish for the annual Breakfast Run and PicnicThis friendly event offers a choice of distances – 2k, 5k, 10k or 15k – and the course is totally flat around Clapham Common, so you can run as fast or as slow as you like. There’s always a supportive and friendly atmosphere, with crowds cheering along the route.Everyone gets a t-shirt and medal, as well as a picnic basket to enjoy on the common afterwards. There is lots to do after your run, with a tombola, free 100m dash for the kids, face painting and stalls for all members of the family.Starfish Greathearts Foundation has teamed up with fitness and events specialists, Innovation Sports, to make the 2018 the biggest and best yet. Entry includes: - Starfish branded T- shirt - Chip timing - Medal - Picnic basket including a drink, breakfast muffin, fruit and healthy snacks to help you re-energise after the run.Facilities include pre-race warm up, children's entertainment, toilets, bag drop, sports massage, medical support and water stations.
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The Abertillery Singing Detective is now on YouTube.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQbejlJ22Wc
Neil Milkins ● 1050d0 Comments ● 1050d
I wish him well .Our MP Stephen Hammond is also issuing a challenge as to the consultation re the closure..this is a terrible short sighted closure of a vital police station by an incompetent mayor.
Jean Matthews ● 1055d0 Comments ● 1055d
Well done,councillor lati.f f.or speaking up for the residents of old Merton park and surrounding area! This hall was gifted to the local people..the sheer arrogance of the labour councillors who thought they could just give it away ..no consultation..it's time for a change ..Merton labour run council has been in power to long..they have forgotten they are the servants of their residents not the masters..as for the three useless abbey ward labour councillors they should hang their heads in shame
Jean Matthews ● 1069d1 Comments ● 1069d
The plan to demolish the 'Pavilions' and replace them with a 5 storey (plus roof terrace) office block, is totally out of proportion with the other buildings.There is a very narrow gap between the proposed building and the Long Shop, and I wonder what would happen to the businesses there during the building works.
Susan Malcolm ● 1346d1 Comments ● 1069d
I have had extensive contact with adult children of 6 of the Hammersmith Nudes' victims who were murdered between 1959 and 1965. Veronica Fleming the daughter of the sixth victim, Chiswick resident Mary Fleming visited Abertillery on the weekend to take part in a major B.B.C. documentary "The Hunt For A Serial Killer." I am still trying to locate relatives of 8th victim Bridget O'Hara who was murdered in January 1965. She had lived in a flat at 41 Agate Road, Hammersmith. Her husband was Micheal O'Hara and Bridget had many brothers and sisters. If anyone can help please contact me at 07989555376 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Neil Milkins ● 1072d0 Comments ● 1072d
In August 1996, Kim Rossmo, a detective inspector from the Vancouver Police Department (VPD), was contacted by a UK police task force called Operation Lynx. The task force involved police officers from three counties -- Leicestershire, West Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire -- who were all searching for a man responsible for five abductions, rapes and violent sex attacks over the previous 15 years.Rossmo had developed geographic profiling, a method of tracking serial criminals which used data about the location of the crimes. Because of Rossmo's geographic profiling the rapist was caught. Rossmo recently identified Aldensley Road Hammersmith as the centre of a hotspot where he believed the Hammmersmith Nudes' killer lived. Who lived in Aldensley Road when the murders took place? The Dark Son of Abertillery, Harold Jones!
Neil Milkins ● 1078d0 Comments ● 1078d
Does anyone remember a former police officer who lived at 29 Hestercombe Avenue from 1945 until his death in 1962. He had a number of children including Muriel Ellen May Stevens nee Widdows.
Neil Milkins ● 1081d1 Comments ● 1081d
If there are any Welsh ex-pats on the forum please google walesonline.co.uk This concerns the restoration of the graves of 2 children who were murdered by former Fulham, Putney, and Hammersmith resident Harold Jones aka Harry Stevens aka Harry Jones. Help from anyone would be appreciated. Regards. Neil Milkins.
Neil Milkins ● 1121d4 Comments ● 1090d
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Neil Milkins ● 1128d1 Comments ● 1127d
A new book- The Secret Life Of Freddie Mills has been released by a former Sun newspaper reporter, Michael Litchfield published by a former Sun editor of Bizzare, John Blake. The book alleges that former world boxing champion Freddie Mills was the person dubbed The Hammersmith Nudes' Killer of the 1960's. Evidence proves that Mills has been wrongly stitched up. The book has been publicised in the Sun, the Daily Mail and other newspapers including the Bournemouth Echo the town where Freddie Mills was born. Comments from readers of the Bournemouth Echo have roundly condemned the malicious lies. If you read the Bournemouth Echo story most persons would I believe think the alleged evidence to be preposterous. (google Freddie Mills-Bournemouth Echo.) For instance in the book Freddie Mills had allegedly confessed to John du Rose the officer in charge of the case that he was the killer. But because Du Rose and Mills were Freemasons Du Rose never told his superiors. Even more ludicrous- fact Freddie Mills was desperately short of money when he died yet the book claims he gave the Kray Twins £1000 to assassinate him. Rightly Freddies daughter Susan and his stepson, actor Don McCorkindale are incensed.
Neil Milkins ● 1143d0 Comments ● 1143d
Join Starfish for the 10th annual Breakfast Run and Picnic on Clapham Common on Sunday 24th September 2017!Our friendly Breakfast Run and Picnic offers a choice of distances –2k, 5k, 10k or 15k - and this year we have teamed up with fitness and events specialists, Innovation Sports, to make 2017 the biggest and best yet. The course is totally flat around the common, so you can run as fast or as slow as you like. There’s always a supportive and friendly atmosphere, with crowds cheering along the route, and everyone receives a medal and Starfish t-shirt upon finishing. But the fun doesn’t stop after the run! Everyone gets a picnic basket to enjoy on the common, and there will be a tombola, free 100m kids dash and other stalls for all members of the family. Entry includes: Starfish branded T-shirt Chip timing Medal Picnic basket with healthy snacks to help you re-energise after the run!The event is on Sunday 24th September, starting at 9.30am by the band stand in the centre of Clapham Common (Windmill Drive, SW4 9DE). Facilities include secure bag storage, toilets, medical support and water stations. Prices: 2k (under 12s): £8 5k: £17 10k: £20 15k: £23Get your ticket here - https://starfishbreakfastrun2017.eventbrite.co.ukMoney raised will go towards Starfish projects in South Africa, bringing life, hope and opportunity to the vulnerable and orphaned children Starfish cares for. We invest in the future of over 12,000 children a year so they can grow into happy and independent young adults.We look forward to seeing you there!
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Starfish have guaranteed places in Royal Parks Half Marathon London 2017 on Sunday 8th October, and we are looking for runners to join the Starfish team and help us change lives. With your support Starfish can provide life saving healthcare, education and child protection to children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in South Africa.Royal Parks Half Marathon is one of the world’s biggest half marathons and with 16,000 runners taking part in the 13.1 mile run, it will be an exciting event for everyone involved. This year it is set to be better than ever as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of this race.Starting in Hyde Park, the 13.1-mile route will take you on through four of London’s stunning Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James Park and Kensington Gardens – and past many of London’s iconic landmarks. As a part of a Starfish team, you will receive: A fundraising pack with exciting ideas to help you smash your targets Ongoing support and pre-event information A free Starfish branded running vest! Jaffa Cakes and bananas to boost energy levels And of course, cheering support from the loudest voices on the course to keep you motivatedThe fundraising target for each runner is £350 and your sponsorship will help Starfish provide lifesaving healthcare and education to vulnerable children in South Africa. Registration ends 1st August, so sign up before it is too late!To register please visit the Starfish website http://bit.ly/2sKZqJT. For more information please email us at email@example.com, or call the Starfish team on 0207 597 3797.
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Lace up your trainers and get ready to run the iconic Virgin British 10K London Run on Sunday 9th July. This historical and exciting run takes you through the heart of London on closed roads, past the world-famous London landmarks in Westminster and the heart of London, including London Eye, Nelson Mandela statue and the Houses of Parliament. Join our team and run for Starfish Greathearts Foundation. Running for Starfish, there is a £20 registration fee to take part, and members of the Starfish team will need to fundraise £150. All funds raised will go towards Starfish’s projects in South Africa, where we invest in the future of over 12,000 children a year that have been orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. This is done through community projects in the areas of healthcare, child protection and education. We support the Starfish running team by providing: A fundraising Pack including top tips and sponsorship forms Ongoing support and pre-event information A free Starfish branded running vest! And of course, cheering support on the event day and finish line refreshmentsTo register for this exciting run, please visit the Starfish website http://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/british-10k-london-run-09072017.aspx For any more information about the event and how you can you get involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you!
Starfish Greathearts Foundation ● 1227d0 Comments ● 1227d
Its incredible that the masonic lodge in old merton park gifted to the people of merton should even be considered for vandalisation..john innes would turn in his graveneither of the two councillors for merton park..labour bothered to turn up and andrew judge abstained siting conflict of interest, he is supposed to represent his constituents.shocking......
Jean Matthews ● 1278d0 Comments ● 1278d
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Shilpa Bhatnagar ● 1311d0 Comments ● 1311d
World’s greatest cycling event Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 is back on 30th July at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Starfish Greathearts Foundation holds 25 guaranteed places in this event. You will cycle through a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside. It’s just £20 to register and all we ask is that you raise £500 sponsorship. You can also enter as a team with your friends or colleagues. With leg-testing climbs and a route recently made famous by the world's best cyclists, this promises to be a truly spectacular event for all involved.Sign up here now: https://goo.gl/wpYQhkIt’s just £20 to register and all we ask is that you raise £500 sponsorship which will help to bring life, hope and opportunity to the vulnerable children Starfish cares for in South Africa. The deadline for registration is Friday, 5th May.And don't forget, every penny raised goes to improving the lives of vulnerable kids in South Africa.To book your place please email email@example.com or call the Starfish team on 0207 597 3797.For more information please visit: www.starfishcharity.org
Starfish Greathearts Foundation ● 1322d0 Comments ● 1322d
Thank you for drawing this to our attention. I have just written as follows to the Boundary Commission:""I would like to add my voice to the many expressing concern with the proposal to tear Wimbledon apart. Anything with the name 'Wimbledon' - Chase, Common, West, Village, Common, Park, South - should form part of Wimbledon with the station at its heart. Please do rethink the current proposal. Surely you can find a way of redrawing the boundaries without the need to break Wimbledon up? This reminds me of a centuries ago Britain with an empire and colonies redrawing the boundaries of countries around the world without any real thought and consideration for the local population"".
Roy England ● 1335d0 Comments ● 1335d
Beware of computer scam. Just clicked on a link regarding a false claim that Professor Stephen Hawking had died. The screen froze and a warning was given that my computer was infected with a virus. The only way to get into my laptop was to shut down and restart. All is now fine. The warning was to phone 0800 086 9834 to speak to an engineer from Windows (lies). When I phoned the number the engineer wanted to take control of my computer and would have wanted a huge fee to put it right. When I told him the computer was now fine he slammed the phone down. If you google 0800 086 9834 you will see posts from many others who were given a fright.
Neil Milkins ● 1379d0 Comments ● 1379d
Starfish Greathearts Foundation are holding annual Spinning Marathon on Saturday 25th February (1pm - 9pm) at Wimbledon Pedal Studio, 7 Elm Grove Wimbledon SW19 4HE.Qualified instructors from the Pedal Studio will lead back to back Spinning classes. With pumping tunes and fierce competition this will be a day to remember. Teams must clock up a total of 8 hours on a bike but it's up to you how you take on the challenge.You can enter as a team and choose to pedal as a pack or tag each other in a relay. Or for those of you who would like to participate but don't have the time to gather a team you can still take part in this awesome event. Just choose to do a single or multiple classes between 1pm and 9pm on Saturday 25th February and we will add you to an existing team. It’s just £10 to register and all we ask is that you raise £50 sponsorship which will help to bring life, hope and opportunity to the vulnerable children Starfish cares for in South Africa.And don't forget - everything from the Pedal Studio space to the Popchips is donated so every penny raised goes to improving the lives of vulnerable kids in South Africa.To book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Starfish team on 0207 597 3797. For more information please visit: www.starfishcharity.org
Elinor Middleton ● 1381d0 Comments ● 1381d
Can anybody recommend a good property management company preferably specialising in small blocks of flats. I live in a converted house consisting of 5 flats and we are looking primarily for management of the interior and exterior decorating and general maintenance of the property
Ian R Todd ● 1385d0 Comments ● 1385d