Dave on BBC Essex Radio

BBC Essex Radio has been doing a series about towns and communities in Essex. On Tuesday 8th Jan it was Waltham Abbey’s turn. Dave Plummer spoke for a bit about buses, litter picking and the Next distribution centre application. It’s a really interesting few hours with contributions from: local fundraiser Shane Yerrell, who was co-opted onto the Town Council in […]

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Potholes to Glycophosphate – a Waltham Abbey Greens Saturday

It’s been a good couple of days for Waltham Abbey Greens with three new members joining and lots of support for our campaigning work. Issues raised on our Sun Street Saturday stall today included: The Next.plc planning application – people stopped by to sign the petition who only know about it after receiving their copy of Autumn Green News through the letterbox […]

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Meet your greens! Waltham Abbey Green Drinks – 29th April 2018

Meet your Greens! Come along to meet like-minded folk at our friendly social in a lovely local pub. At March’s Green Drinks we chatted about animal welfare, parking, buses, litter and local activism. What will we talk about in April? That’s down to you!   Sunday 29th April 7.00pm – 10.00pm The Queens Head 60 Paternoster Hill, Waltham Abbey EN9 […]

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Greens call for rethink on Waltham Holy Cross academisation

Plans to force Waltham Holy Cross primary school to turn into an academy have been slammed by the local Green Party. Dave Plummer, the Green Party’s candidate for Paternoster ward in May’s local elections, said, ‘Academy schools are just privatisation of our education system under a different name and, in the case of Waltham Holy Cross, appears to be being […]

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