February 2020

February 2020

February was all about launching Mossley Hill Matters. This is really important to me because I want to know what residents think. In the run up to the first meeting I started engaging in conversations on NextDoor and Facebook – in fact it was largely the...
Car free…

Car free…

Following my Car Free Day a couple of weeks ago, I’ve become quite a convert to public transport. Sure it takes longer, but that doesn’t have to feel like a waste of time. Of course, if you’re on the train during rush hour and it’s standing...
Car Free Day

Car Free Day

I didn’t need a car when I lived in London, with tubes running every couple of minutes, regular buses, trams and rail, getting around is an easy task. But since I moved back home, the only time I use public transport is when my car is at the garage for its MOT....
Mossley Hill Matters: Parking & Traffic

Mossley Hill Matters: Parking & Traffic

The first Mossley Hill Matters Event took place on Monday 3rd February 2020 at Mossley Hill Athletics Club, located right in the middle of a parking issue hotspot, which was quite fitting given that the subject on debate was parking and traffic issues. Why Mossley...
January 2020

January 2020

January was off to a flying start with the introduction of my Knit & Natter group at Coopers Coffee Shop. The first session was on 6th Jan, and there was just me and Angela – Elizabeth’s mum who came along to support me and got roped in to coming every...
December 2019

December 2019

Well December was a bit of a mixed bag wasn’t it? I’ve already talked about the General Election so I won’t dwell on it here. December started with a lovely Christmas Lights switch on organised by Mossley Hill Residents Association (MHRA) on 4th...