It can be reported that the plans to build a school off Todwick Road with Common Road, Anston have been withdrawn!!!!!!
The advice from officers was for rejection. The decidedly unwelcome application was being fought by the the local community. The planning application, made on behalf of a religious ‘cult’ has now been withdrawn ahead of the planning meeting scheduled for next Thursday. Hooray once again!!!! The rejection advice should be interesting, bring it to you when we have it.
Is it too much to hope that the Brethren have forsaken Rotherham for good? Wherever they turn their attention to next, perhaps they will do it without destroying more of God’s wonderful World and certainly not on Rotherham’s precious green belt!
This must be a disappointment to Darren Hughes, as he was assiduous in their cause assisting them everywhere he could! Darren Hughes is a RMBC Councillor for the Anston & Woodsetts Ward and was prepared to destroy important green belt land for a bunch of rather undesirable religious ‘cultists’, they are not called the Exclusive Brethren for nothing!
Darren’s constituents should remember this, when it comes to casting their votes this May.
Simply couldn’t resist sharing this contribution from Grald-Hunter …
An Irish friend mine has sent me this rivetting link to a journalist who doggedly pursues the faceless evasive obfuscating toxic salaried European Central Banker with a ruthless line of public interest questioning, and not getting any satisfactory or meaningful responses from him, he continues to publically argue his case for this financial kling-on to answer his questions.
Oh where oh where in Dear Old Rovrum do we have a statutory agency who don’t like to be challenged, outed, scrutinised, observed, defeated, ridiculed, humiliated or demeaned and who think they can shower us with plenty of that which makes the town’s roses blossom and bloom?
I can’t help but think of Da Rovrum Laybah Grooip and the Corn Fed Hogs, Muppets and Clowns at Town Hall Towers.
Yorkshire Euro MP demands reform after breast implant scandal
Published on 24 Jan, 2012
In a specially arranged meeting with the European Commission, Yorkshire and Humber Euro MP, Linda McAvan, demanded changes to healthcare regulations across Europe following the breast implant scandal that has affected thousands of women in Britain, France and across the continent.
The scandal began after it was discovered that PIP, a French manufacturer of breast implants, had for years been making and selling implants with cheaper industrial quality silicone rather than the medical grade silicone Read on…….