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issue 7

THE RIDER.. a reminder

THE RIDER.. a reminder Highway Code: Rule 215 Horse riders and horse-drawn vehicles. Be particularly careful of horse riders and horse-drawn vehicles especially when overtaking. Always pass wide and slowly. Horse riders are often children, so take extra care and remember riders may ride in double file when escorting a young or inexperienced horse or rider. Look out for horse riders’ and horse drivers’ signals and heed a request to slow down or stop. Take great care and treat all horses as a potential hazard; they can be unpredictable, despite the efforts of their rider/driver. The Funny Bit is…….. If we need dog poo bins why don’t we need horse poo bins? Another thought…. why are cat poo bins not required as well? Answers in an email to the editor

PARANOIA? No they really are out to get you! “The Parish Council have formed a Working Group to formulate and develop a Communications Strategy which aims to improve communication between the Parish Council and the residents of Cradley and Storridge. The Parish Council are committed to developing a relationship of openness and transparency. The new website, www.cradleyparishcouncil.gov.uk, encourages direct communication via the comments and contact pages and residents are also able to pose questions or make comments directly to the Parish Council via the open session at any parish meeting, or via myself at clerk@cradleyparishcouncil.gov.uk. The Parish Council will therefore not engage in conversation on the Cradley Enquirer website. We request that all correspondence is accompanied by a name and address, which may be withheld if requested. The Parish Council has no obligation to answer any correspondence made by a non-resident of the Parish, though will use its discretion with any such communication. Yours sincerely Helen Tinson Clerk, Cradley Parish Council Rec 21st February)” COMMUNICATION: “the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium.” There seems to be a certain amount of PARANOIA creeping into the business of our Parish Council. Why you may well ask? The Enquirer has never sought to “engage in conversation on the Cradley Enquirer website” with the Parish Council- we merely ask questions of them on matters of concern from the community. They are supposed to serve NOT RULE. It is the PC who REFUSE TO COMMUNICATE. This artificial barrier(quoted quite incorrectly by the chair and challenged as policy some considerable time ago) is now insisted on by the PC and does nothing whatsoever to support their requirement to be honest, open, and transparent in their operations. It has become like Customer Services, who make it very difficult for you to communicate your question or complaint to them, in the hope that you will give up and fade away. Paranoia is substantiated whilst the PC does not do its job openly and honestly because rest assured the Enquirer is watchingUNTIL THEY DO

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