Tag: Cllr Ray Knight

UKIP will fight all Telford & Wrekin Council seats

UKIP’s new Telford & Wrekin branch chairman says the party intends to field candidates in all 54 seats at next year’s borough council elections. Councillor Stuart Parr, a parish councillor for Brookside, and town councillor for Woodside, took over the

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RSH discharging amputee Telford councillor with nowhere to go

As many people will know, Cllr Ray Knight has been battling with a severe infection in his foot which cut off the blood supply to his leg and foot.  The doctors did everything they could but sadly it was necessary

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Cllr Ray Knight addresses concerns about T-Live noise pollution

UKIP parish councillor for Randlay & Hollinswood, Ray Knight, has raised residents’ concerns about noise pollution during the T-Live concert with Telford & Wrekin. T-Live will be held in Telford Town Park on 7th September and is being headlined by

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Telford Journal: Time our councillors made the decisions not officials

Time our councillors made the decisions not officials The total highways budget to Telford & Wrekin highways department for 2013/14 in total is £5.392m to make repairs to the highway and footpaths including improvements. As the elected councillors on TWC

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Shropshire Star: Path leading to nowhere

Path leading to nowhere The highways department of Telford & Wrekin Council is currently building the path to nowhere. This path, which starts on Audley Avenue estate, runs in front and alongside the now empty Focus store at Newport across

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Cllr Knight makes 75th blood donation

UKIP Telford & Wrekin parish councillor for Hollinswood & Randlay, Ray Knight, made his 75th blood donation this week and will receive his platinum award in the new year. Ray first started donating blood in the 60’s when a mobile

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