"Too often today, people are ready to tell us,
'this is not possible; that is not possible'.
I say, whatever the true interest of our country calls for, is always possible!"

- Enoch Powell.

Thursday, 14 April 2011

Call for Zero Tolerence on Telford Estate

A man was today in hospital being treated for a fractured skull and broken bones after he was assaulted in Telford, police said.
The 21-year-old man was attacked at 11.30pm yesterday outside a house in Woodrows, Woodside.
Police today said the man was taken to the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford after the attack. Another man, aged 23, suffered minor injuries.
Two men – one aged 19 and the other aged 23 – have been arrested in connection with the alleged incident

Thieves steal Help for Heroes 80th birthday donations

Thieves have stolen more than £150 in donations from a Shropshire grandmother who was raising the cash for soldiers injured on the front line.
Josie Vaughan was collecting the donations instead of presents during her 80th birthday bash in Telford when thieves stole the cash out of dozens of cards at the venue and stuffed the envelopes into a toilet cistern.
Mrs Vaughan, from Woodside in Telford, said she was distraught after making the shocking discovery on her birthday, when she decided to open the cards.
Mrs Vaughan said the bash, held at the Anstice Memorial Institute Club in Madeley on March 2, saw hundreds of pounds raised for the charity.
“I think whoever did this should be ashamed of themselves, it’s disgraceful,” she said.
Anyone with information about the theft can call Telford police on 0300 3333000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

Shropshire BNP activists

The Shropshire team were out leafleting in Woodside with there effective Zero Tolerance leaflet witch has already caused a huge stir in forcing authorities to act on the Brookside estate.
Telford and Wrekin Council announced a week-long “Clean Sweep” operation in the Brookside area of Telford that includes “a range of activities designed to tackle anti-social behaviour and reduce rubbish across the estate”.So why did they have to wait until the BNP showed up?
Surely this is proof that authorities no longer function effectively in the more troubled areas and contentious issues are off the radar.
While the political tick tock men continue to play ping pong with our daily lives I suggest they spare a thought for people like Mrs Josie Vaughan and other decent residents that are blighted by this kind of behaviour.


  1. Awesome to see you in Woodside. I'll tell me mates about this down the pub later.


  2. Dont forget to vote for us on May 5th!

  3. I will, don't you worry about that and my friends will too.

    Never seen a counciller here in my life til u turned up.


  4. Cheers Davey! Kick those Lib/Lab/Con traitors where it hurts - In the ballots!