What happened in Putney during June 2006

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

* Appeal for witnesses to assault on Bessborough Road *
Police seek man believed to be known as 'John Wallace' following multiple stabbing in Roehampton block of flats

* Children's Author to open school's Library *
Mog's Judith Kerr lends her support to Greenmead School

* Latest Putney Crime Report *
Details of burglaries and robberies in the local area

* Scotland Vs The Rest of the World *
A review of the Soccer Aid 2006 match which took place recently at Craven Cottage http://www.putneysw15.com/info/evsocceraid.htm

* Mozart concert is music to the ears of London disability charity *
with half share of £7000 donations.........

* Concern expressed over rising street crime in Putney *
High Street and Lower Richmond Road mugging and bag snatch hotspots

* Thai Pad gets thumbs up from local foodie *
share food & drink journalists Melissa Cole's experience

* Seized hi-fi mountain recycled *
Ghetto blasters of noisy neighbours put to good use

* Success claimed in night flights battle *
Limit on planes to remain in place until 2012

* Warning issued over bike thefts in Putney *
Safer Neighbourhoods team gives advice on security

* Overhanging branches face the chop *
Survey shows they are major hazard for the disabled

* Carluccio's voted Shop of the Month *
by members of PutneySW15.com

* 15% rise in recycling *
reports Wandsworth Borough Council

* Witness appeal following racially aggravated attack *

* Wandsworth PCT "hit the road"*
raising ££££s for Help a London Child

* Friends of the Earth join protest over Heathrow expansion *
as part of a European Day of Action on Aviation

* Local MEP turns up the pressure on Thames water *
"OFWAT needs sharper teeth to deal with leaks"

* Roehampton Bus Lane, Shopmobility and more *
Justine Greening MP writes to update you

* Lost Cat - reward available *
Please help another Putney family find their cat

* Council to look at radical waste scheme * which could replace landfill

* Getting it on - World Cup Competition *
open to all teens between the ages of 14 and 19 http://www.putneysw15.com/info/evswhealth05.htm

* Two "birthday gongs" for Putney residents *
for their services to sport.

* Rare breed breeds at Barnes Wetlands *
with the birth of four Avocet Chicks this month

* Wandsworth Council welcome Lords vote *
to maintain restrictions on night flights

* Duke's Head - changes put on ice *
Following 115 objections to planning proposals

* Bored kids over the summer? *
Not in Putney

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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