What happened in Putney during September 2004?

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

* Richmond Park remains closed *
following yesterdays fatal stabbing

* Local mail service getting better *
Bright spot in disastrous national numbers for the Royal Mail

* Council warns motorist to follow the Highway Code *
or pay the high fines

* MP voices concerns over lack of seating at Southside *
plus more from Tony Colman MP

* Putney-wide healthcare survey launched *
by Conservative Candidate Justine Greening

* Entry deadline approaches for local businesses *
to enter the Borough Business Awards

* Putney is soon to be "alive with the Sound of Music"*
Fancy taking part in the Swanbank Music production of the The Sound of Music?

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* Chalker's Corner junction improvement continues *
Disruption in the area likely through to October

* New secure cycle spaces for Putney schools *
by Spring 2005 promises Transport for London

* Mayor blasted as "propaganda"bill balloons *
'The Londoner' costs #3.5m and makes #16,000

* Beware of Bogus Builders *
Trading Standards Officers warn of a spate of conmen in the Borough

* Accident on Rocks Lane in July results in death in September *
Can you help the Police?

* Night flights "love 'em or hate 'em? *
the Council wants your views

* Tube & Bus fares to rise above inflation rates *
as Mayor breaks his promise

* New Cycle Path in Wandsworth Park *

* Work starts on the new National tennis Centre *
at the Bank Of England Sport Centre

* Investigation launched into unfair parking tickets *
Boroughs to be prevented from using motorists as cash cows

* Could you manage 2000K in tropical humidity? *
One Putney resident will do this to raise funds for Thai Orphans & Homeless children

* How safe do you feel when you travel to & from Putney? *
according to figures released by British Transport Police it depends which station you use.

* Lister is back! *
Cllr Lister updates us on the threat to train connections to Gatwick Airport, Leaf & Refuse collection and more..

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