"In busy periods queues would be outside the door" This is a letter from Eileen George published in the Advertiser The post office authorities proposal to relocate our present PO to a tiny convenience store is ridiculous. The proposed site, the Premier Store is a very small premises made even smaller by the large quantity … Continue reading Cavendish Square Post Office
Cavendish Square at night, and this is not a dark night. Photo from Maggie Hathaway-Mills.
Linda's press release forms the basis of this article in the Advertiser, though their geography is, as ever, not very good. They have St Johns in Lawn! https://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/17708638.lawn-vicar-calls-on-council-to-fix-up-cavendish-square/
This is a media release from Linda Fletcher. Rev Linda Fletcher, Vicar of St John’s, Park’s is encouraging members of the church community to join protestors at Cavendish Square at 10am on Saturday 22nd June. Rev Linda Fletcher said, “I fully support the call for the Council to take back control of Cavendish Square. … Continue reading Vicar urges parishioners to protest over Cavendish Square
Here's a letter to the Advertiser in response to David Renard's praise of the regeneration of Cavendish Square. David Renard's praise in the Advertiser for the Cavendish Square regeneration completely contradicts the lived experience of the local community. The fact is that we were promised an indoor shopping centre. In the consultation it was agreed … Continue reading We were promised an indoors shopping centre
This is a letter from Sherry Waldon in response to David Renard's comments in the Adver. RE: The disgraceful state of Cavendish Square (SA, June 5), it is obvious that Councillor Renard does not grace this area with his presence. Yes, the council did provide new premises for the credit union and the shop and … Continue reading Regeneration disgrace
Media Release Parks & East Walcot Community Forum The Post Office is proposing to close down the existing dedicated Post Office at Cavendish Square. It is 'consulting' on moving it into a tiny Premier Newsagents/shop round the corner on the Whitbourne Avenue side of the square. The Post Office is attempting to sweeten the pill … Continue reading Post Office move – putting a pint into a half-pint pot