What happened in Putney during August 2003

All these items appeared in our weekly newsletters during this month - if you like to receive it click here

* Police Concerned for Missing Boy *
Putney teenager has not been seen since 26th July

* Play group protests against dangerous stray golf balls *
Parents fear for children as golf balls are hit into play area from Richmond Park

* Council Issue Dodgy Curry Alert *
Safety warning over chilli and chutney products

* Man accused of Putney rape pleads not guilty *
Antoni Imiela also denies a series attacks across South East England

* MP Praised for supporting energy efficiency *
Tony Colman calls for action not just brave words to reduce carbon emissions

* All Fairly Quiet on the Western Front *
Traffic chaos much less that expected and Hammersmith flyover works may now be finished ahead of schedule

* Be safe message for cyclists and motorcyclists *
Cyclists and motorcyclists are being urged to take extra care on the roads after a spate of fatal accidents

* Roehampton woman in bus rage incident *
Louise Sawyer convicted of ABH on bus drivers

* Flyover re-opens ahead of schedule! - Friday saw a rare occurrence - road works completed in advance of schedule!

* Are you a frustrated Steven Spielberg? - apply now for cash to help you create the next BAFTA winner.

* Permits for children - no young person under the age of 16 is allowed to work at any type of employment without first obtaining a work permit from the council's educational welfare service.

* No more Robin Hood Gate - don?t forget that Robin Hood Gate is now closed; take a moment to plan your school run/commute accordingly.

* Sales Agent required - looking for part-time work with no commute? PutneySW15.com are looking at recruiting a sales agent to promote advertising to local businesses in Putney & Wandsworth. E-mail info@PutneySW15.com or call 020 8932 8295 to discuss this further.

* Pizza for Sale - Putney's Pizza Express is one of 10 outlets up for sale.

Something missing?

If you feel there is a aspect of local life that we haven't given sufficient coverage to, let us know. Most of the articles listed above were not written by us but contributed by local people.

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Below is a calendar for 2003 - click on the relevant month to see what happened - remember you can't look into the future!

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