happened in Putney during May 2003
these items appeared in our weekly newsletters during this
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new in Putney? - a
new Town Centre Manager for one thing! Plus all the changes
in the local retail world.
time - new space - The Farmers Market on Friday has moved
location to the more central site used on the Saturday Market.
Artists open their doors - Over 50 artists will be exhibiting
in their homes and studios around SW15, with a huge range
to view including potters and hat makers, stained glass artists,
furniture makers as well as sculptors, painters and printmakers.
call on Government Government to tackle Nuisance Noise
- it is estimated that 32 million people in the UK are affected
by high levels of noise.
Missing person plea
- Police & family are concerned for the safety of 29 year
old Karen Joanne Payne. Can you help?
Prison absconder recaptured - Eamon Donaghue is safely
back behind bars.
re-cycling bags - as concerns over the bag collections
are raised - here is the definitive answer to getting it right!
blows his "Second Chance" - former Putney schoolboy
expelled from £15,000 pa school, which he was attending
as part of a TV channel social experiment.
to school should be your goal - encouragement from ex
Putney pupil and current Birmingham City striker Clinton Morrison
to Putney Primary school kids.
- "a hotbed of political subversion"? - the debate on
a recent article in The Guardian continues. http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=community&app=forum/ShowMessage.asp?ID=40802
ADT College fun run raises funds for The Royal Hospital
for Neuro-disability - parents, pupils & staff all braved
blow for Council tenants who want to buy - changes proposed
by the government will make buying a Council home even harder.
Hurlingham School pupil the winner! - of the inaugural
"Stepping Out" design competition. http://www.putneysw15.com/info/constep.htm
Living amongst the richest - Putney is the 9th wealthiest
place in London according to recent research.
Low tax pledge - from the re-elected Leader of the
If you feel there is a aspect of local life that we haven't
given sufficient coverage to, let
us know. Most of the articles listed above were not written
by us but contributed by local people.
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is a calendar for 2003 - click on the relevant month to see
what happened - remember you can't look into the future!