41 residents, 22 grants issued, after discussing community, health, being safer, employment, street scene, and a greener Meadows.
Meeting people at Meadows Embankment tram stop, Willowbrook Court, Briar Court and Lothmore Court.
Warm conversations, and one particularly serious chat with one of the residents who is on a Ministerial panel seeking to tackle knife crime.
Some weeks after the copy deadline for the My Meadows supplement of the Nottingham Arrow, the drug-taking in The Meadows by people living a rough life is still the biggest issue.
Next issue is the leaves which this Autumn has mulched across the pavements with the relatively wet weather.
During a campaign session, I reported complaints on this issue as well as 2 instances of graffiti.
Hearing much less concern about a problem raised by Emmanuel school almost 6 weeks ago.
The former Three Bridges Inn site has also been cleaned up.
Cheryl Pidgeon (for Rushcliffe) met many West Bridgford residents on their way in to prayers at the Meadows Muslim Centre.
(I handed out about 50 Lilian Greenwood posters too.)
Reaching out to our supporters.