New Year message from Royston Town Mayor
BOTH my wife, Kath, and I hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas and are now able to look forward to 2006. The new year brings fresh hope to many, and opportunities for all of us to look forward and put new ideas into action. The town forum can revamp th
BOTH my wife, Kath, and I hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas and are now able to look forward to 2006.
The new year brings fresh hope to many, and opportunities for all of us to look forward and put new ideas into action.
The town forum can revamp the market and continue to encourage new businesses to the town centre, and the Royston Town Council and North Herts District Council can get down to the task of re-creating the civic area.
Although this will necessarily take a long time, many of you will join me in hoping it will not take as long as the Royston Leisure Centre.
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The ideas for bringing a cinema and theatre back to Royston are there, together with providing exhibition areas and the museum are already on paper.
The new year should see the political will to see them through.
- 1 'Father' found guilty of murdering his teenage daughter
- 2 Pupils celebrate all things Roald Dahl with 'Whoopsy Whiffling' day
- 3 Nail bars and car washes targeted in modern day slavery checks
- 4 Kevin’s powerful testimony challenges us to #DoTheRightThing
- 5 Cambridge Country Show promises 'something for everybody'
- 6 Suspected arsonist held after health centre fire
- 7 Royston Museum finally set to reopen to families
- 8 Constituency boundary review - have you had your say?
- 9 RAF Red Arrows and Typhoon dazzle crowds at Duxford Summer Air Show
- 10 Arrests made in connection with large-scale money laundering operation
The hard work will also start on the plans for new healthcare facilities for Royston, both at the hospital and the health centre.
There is plenty to think about and we need to get her started.
A happy new year to everyone.
Councillor BILL PRIME, Mayor of Royston.