Thanks for the lights – fantastic
ON behalf of a coach party of “wrinklies” who were taken to see the London Christmas lights, I would like to express our sincere thanks to Age Uk Hillingdon who organised the trip.
Nothing was too much trouble for the staff & volunteers and along with a London tourist guide, gave us a most enjoyable outing.
Our thanks must also include the local shops and businesses who so generously donated to the cost of the trip and a bag of goodies that each one of us received. weight bearing construction.
I can sympathise with Mr Jamieson about speeding and the parking inconvenience of traffic islands. Sidmouth Drive’s 20 mph speed limit for Ruislip High School, is routinely ignored. Vehicles crash over speed bumps, weaving to avoid Ruislip Gardens Station commuter parking. If any Ruislip road is more deserving of speed cameras, it could be Sidmouth Drive, through influencing driver behaviour, for the safety of school children.
I have asked that my name be withheld, since many many HGV drivers have now received £130 (£260 round-trip) Penalty Charge Notices. There is no glee in this. Residents would sooner that no HGV travelled the road to be fined. commission from selling a particular insurance product.
I know myself that choosing car, home and travel insurance can be bewildering because of the range of prices and the types of cover – and there is always a suspicion that you may be hit with hidden costs.
Now consumers should have a much clearer picture of what they are getting and how much they are paying.
So, fancy that! Some legislation coming out of Brussels that has been well-planned and actually helps people. As Basil Fawlty might have said: we should have it stuffed.