Next public meeting – Monday 18 November
The next public meeting is to be held at Emmanuel Church in Church Road at the top of the High Street Street at 8pm on Monday 18th November.
The Church seats over 400 so there will be plenty of room. Please come and take part in the debate.
DONATE – SAVE OUR NORTHWOOD’S BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS
We need to raise a fighting fund of £30,000 – at present we have raised £9,500 – please help!
Nick Visits to Meet Local Business Owners
Our MP, Nick Hurd, visited Northwood in late August and met with a number of local business owners. You can see more here.
WRITE AND TELL THEM WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU!
The best thing we can do directly as residents and local businesses is to write to the people in the planning process, and those responsible for TfL.
We’re going to give some guidance on how to draft a letter and the key facts to include but nothing counts better than a letter from the heart. We want to avoid generic letter formats so pick and choose the facts carefully – these are now up on the site. In the meantime if you’re driven to do so – write off now!
Eric Pickles - firstname.lastname@example.org - Secretary of State for Communities – he is in charge of the planning process
Justin King – email@example.com - CEO of Sainsbury’s
Boris Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org - needs no explanation!
David Cameron - email@example.com - ditto
The campaign is mounting!
A new committee is in place and the 2nd Public Meeting was on 19th August. The next is to be held at Emmanuel Church in Church Road at the top of the High Street at 8pm on Monday 18 November. Watch the NEWS pages for updates or Twitter.
Northwood is coming together against the threat with over 7,500 signatures on the petitions. You can support the campaign online here.