Seems like I’ve started a trend. This morning, on our way to school, we spotted another person taking photos along Broad Lane. Strange thing was, this person looked to only be taking photos when there was no traffic! If I’d been on my own, I would have asked him what he was doing. However, with a child present, I didn’t want to risk an altercation along the lines of last Wednesday’s.
Our walk was pleasant, as for once the road was relatively calm. Where vehicles met, sense prevailed and no dramas unfolded. If only every day could be like this. Makes you realise what we’ve become accustomed to over the years.
At school, a couple of parents asked me if I’d seen the photographer – no one seemed to recognise him. Perhaps you might be able to shed some light?
Yes, it’s zig-zag time again
On our way back home last Friday, I was amazed to see this car pull in to the staff car park entrance, reverse back out onto the road, then pull up in front of the school. Two ladies waiting on the path got in. There was plenty of room to park by the old school house, just 10 yards away, but perhaps it was too much to expect them to walk those few yards.
Saturday’s posting sounds to have struck a chord with many readers of this blog. Lots of people read and re-read the posting. I’m told that a number of people saw the article and immediately checked the Cheshire East planning portal. If you had a look, let me know what you found.
Maybe you’re thinking of commenting on the Muller planning applications for “Nantwich South”?
Go along to a session outside the Co-op on the Cronkinson Farm estate on Saturday 10 Nov, between 9.30am and 4pm. You can address and sign a letter on the spot. Protect Stapeley will hand deliver it for you.
Perhaps you’ve already filled in the letter(s) posted through your door in the past few days?
You can hand in your completed letter(s) at the session on Saturday. Protect Stapeley will hand deliver it for you.
Today’s scores out of 10:
Traffic volume: 9
Stupid/careless parking: 0
No. of cars parking illegally:1 (from Friday afternoon)