Recent News

  • Community Clean-Ups Dealing with Drug Waste .

    As we reported in our last newsletter, we continue to see the abuse of illegal drugs in our community.  Woodston In Action Volunteers have been provided with equipment and awareness of needles so they can be safe when clearing up litter where drug waste is also found.  On the other side of the river, volunteers…

  • Dominic Raab speaking at our Annual Dinner

    Would you like to come to the North west Conservatives Annual Dinner in Peterborough on 17th May?  Our association has managed to secure  the Rt. Hon. Dominic Raab MP to speak at the dinner and we would like to invite members and supporters to join us.  The tickets for the evening are only £25. Dominic…

  • Curry Club 26th February 7.30pm

    Every  month Peterborough Conservative councillors, members, supporters and friends come together for Curry Club.  It’s a chance to enjoy good food with good company.  We welcome friends from both constituencies to join us and we use the evening to raise funds for our election fighting fund. If you would like to come you would be…

  • Announcing our Candidate for the May 2019 elections, Louise Coles

    Louise Coles, standing as your Conservative Candidate in Fletton and Woodston for the 2019 City Council Elections I’m thrilled to have been chosen as the Conservative candidate for Fletton and Woodston May’ elections. I taught French at The Peterborough School for 17 years, and was also Head of Sixth Form. Before moving to Peterborough I…

  • Proud of Peterborough

         It is rare to see our community united and gathering together to commemorate sacrifice, but Armistice Sunday showed our community, sincere and united in remembrance of the sacrifices made for us by our forebears. There were a number of projects by local communities and schools reflecting on the centenary of the end of…

  • At last, Enlargement of Woodston’s Public Space Protection Order is up for consultation.

    It’s been over a year since I reported to Woodston in Action that I had been pushing for the Council to expand the Public Space Protection Order area in Woodston beyond the Recreation Ground. Residents have been complaining for some time about drug abuse, street drinking, littering and graffiti that has been blighting parts of…

  • Nasty Neighbours?

    I’ve never been on the receiving end of a neighbour from hell, but I have experience of local residents living next to anti-social neighbours who make their lives a misery.  There’s a particularly toxic type where I have been asked to intervene, and that is when a street is blighted by drug dealing from a…

  • What has our Tory Council ever done for us?

    We have agreed a twelve year lease with The Green Backyard to allow it to develop and thrive with councillor support. We supported Botolph Green Residents Association’s bid for a new power supply to allow the Festival on the Green to continue without having to hire in diesel generators.  Our councillors invested over £1000 of Community Leadership…

  • Drug Den Danger on the Riverbank

    The brilliant volunteers of Woodston proved that together we can make our environment a better place, with a two hour blitz on the south riverbank last Saturday morning.  Working with the probation service’s Community Payback team, we cleared a huge pile of rubbish, collecting up piles of cans, clothes and bedding, food wrappers and glass.…

  • Working with our residents to make Fletton and Woodston a better place

    I’ve enjoyed a good week of making connections and getting the right people talking together. There are times when your position of Councillor allows good people to support each other in making the local area a much better place. from Andy Coles, Conservative Councillor in Fletton and Woodston Ward http://ift.tt/2oimf8s via IFTTT