Above, Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant in Victoria Park. Public views on proposed improvements to the park are now being studied.
Above, I inspect a newly built wall in Bear Lane. The old wall slowly disintegrated - brick by brick - and the resultant half-built pile of bricks was very dangerous. I pressed the council to completely rebuild the wall.
Above - With Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant I enjoy the newly refurbished Band Stand in Victoria Park.
Above - I admire the climbing plants which were planted around the Victoria park loos to deter graffiti.
Local campaigner Malik Azam by the new pedestrian crossing in Monks Lane, installed after public request.
Councillor Sally Hannon studies plans for Peake House, the former registry office. Residents are most concerned about proposals for flats on the site.
Councillor Sally Hannon studies plans for Sovereign Housing flats in Willow Close. Liberal Democrats have been campaigning to drastically reduce the scale of this proposal.
Councillors Gabrielle MacGarvey and Roger Hunneman study proposals for 1450 houses and a hotel on Newbury Racecourse. Residents are most concerned that these plans will cause unacceptable strain on the town's infrastructure.
Newbury Mayor, Councillor Gillian Durrant inspects special anti-vandal paint on the changing building in Victoria park.
Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant finds litter in Frog Alley which was reported and removed by the council.
Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant showing off one of the new sponsorship for the floral displays on Newbury's roundabouts, which was an initiative started off by the Town Council.
Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant finds litter at the entrance to the subway at Robin Hood roundabout. The litter was reported and removed by the council. Liberal Democrats are campaigning for more frequent cleaning of subways.
Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant inspects the newly painted subway ways under the Robin Hood roundabout. The refurbishment was a Liberal Democrat initiative.
Councillor Roger Hunneman finds litter in the subway under the A339/Greenham road and St Johns road subway. This reported and cleared. Liberal Democrats are pressing for more frequent and thorough cleaning of Newbury's subways.
Councillor Roger Hunneman finds litter near the A339 which was reported and cleared. Councillor Hunneman has been pressing for more thorough and frequent cleaning of this area.
Councillor Roger Hunneman points out the proposed site for a CCTV camera in the Arcade. This is shortly to be installed.
Councillor Roger Hunneman points out the site of the new cinema on which work will start shortly.
Councillor Roger Hunneman finds litter near Thomas Merriman Court, which was reported and cleared.
Councillor Roger Hunneman inspects railings which were installed, at his suggestion, behind Cheap Street to deter the assembly of trouble-makers.
Councillor Roger Hunneman beside one of the notices installed to warn residents to take care of their property. This was a Liberal Democrat initiative which resulted in a reduction in local crime.
Above - Councillor Roger Hunneman inspects graffiti which was later removed in the Bear Lane/Kings road subway.
Above, Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant admires flowers grown by local school children in specially designated beds in Victoria Park.
Above, Newbury Mayor Councillor Gillian Durrant at the newly refurbished Band Stand in Victoria Park.