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     The NatWest ATM cash machine keeps running out of cash and the small ATM at the 'One Stop' (Post Office) then also runs dry leaving the village cash-less. NatWest need to pull their finger out and do as they promised to service their customers after the Bank's closure.
ATM Cash Lottery
     Like in the Alfred Hitchcock film 'The Birds' hundreds of sea gulls have taken up residence at Widmore Pond. When lined up on house roofs and aerials they look quite menacing as they await the next duck feeders to arrive and swoop down on them.
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Japanese Knotweed
     There is no information at the moment as to future 'Have YOUR say' dates in Sonning Common.
Pavement Poles
     Electricity poles in Wood Lane are to be moved off the pavements to allow unhindered passage for pedestrians. Their positioning dates back many decades when Wood Lane was widened for cars! This will entail central SonningCommon being without power for a day.
'Have YOUR Say'
Thames Valley Police
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'No!' to 30 New Homes
   The Parish Council has joined with Kennylands Rd residents to object to another attempt to build 30 new houses up to the parish boundary with Kidmore End village.
  After complaints by the Parish Council motorists parking on double yellow lines will be ticketed more vigorously as continued grid locks occur due to inconsiderate and illegal parking.
  On behalf of the Police Neighbourhood Team our PCSO Colin Boyes collected over FIVE trolly loads of food item donations from Co-Op customers to make up Christmas Hampers for the needy in our village.
SkatePark Risk
   The Home Office has declared that not controlling Japanese Knotweed will incur hefty fines, or even criminal records, as for 'anti social behaviour' . The new laws target 'alien invasive plants' as serious problems which need to be eradicated.
   Continued delays in legal paperwork between the Rothefield United Football Club and the Parish Council have put the project at risk as promised funds cannot be kept available for much longer. Some 85% of the funding required has been raised subject to a fixed construction start date.
Last update: 1st January 2015
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