Tim Hill

Liberal Democrat Councillor for Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick. Learn more

Charles Kennedy R.I.P.

by timhill on 2 June, 2015

I woke up this morning to the absolutely shattering news of the death of Charles Kennedy. A very human man who led us to our most successful general election result in 80 years. A man who spoke out against Blair’s illegal war in Iraq. A man who would have made a great leader for the YES campaign […]

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Thank You

by timhill on 13 January, 2015

I am really chuffed to be elected Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group on Bedford Borough Council tonight. I will always do my very best to repay the faith that hundreds of Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick residents continue to show in me year after year to make their voice heard and to the […]

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Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo

by timhill on 7 January, 2015

Dear Resident This is the latest of my regular electronic community newsletters from me as your local Liberal Democrat Borough Councillor.   Ward Wide Issues: – As most of you know, I am hoping to move to 4, Kitchener Place, Stewartby in what now looks like sometime around the end of January. This of course […]

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Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo

by timhill on 8 December, 2014

Ward Wide Issues: – As most of you know, I have accepted an offer on my current house in Kempston. It looks as though I will be moving to 4, Kitchener Place, Stewartby sometime in the middle two weeks of January. This of course does not affect my ability to continue to serve ALL the […]

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Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo

by timhill on 13 October, 2014

Ward Wide Issues: Ward Tour – I arranged a Ward Tour with the Senior Highways Officer at the Borough Council for representatives from both Parish Councils and I on Mon 15 Sep 14. Some of the issues below were part of the Tour, along with other issues I am trying to resolve.   Local Issues […]

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Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo

by timhill on 16 September, 2014

Dear Resident This is the latest of my regular electronic community newsletters from me as your local Liberal Democrat Borough Councillor. Ward Wide Issues:  The annual Mayor’s Village Tour came to my Ward on 26 Aug 14. Many local residents came to raise their issues with the Mayor and me at the Mobile Surgeries in […]

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Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo

by timhill on 20 August, 2014

Dear Resident This is the latest of my regular electronic community newsletters from me as your local Liberal Democrat Borough Councillor. Local Issues Since my last Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo, I have progressed the following issues, in some cases with the help of the relevant Parish Council: Elstow a)         Travellers on Abbey Fields […]

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Latest on Stewartby Park development

by timhill on 21 July, 2014

Just a short note to update you on the Stewartby Park development. On 17 Jul 14 Jim Caffrey a Principal Planner at Bedford Borough Council attended the Stewartby Parish Council meeting that night at the Parish Council’s request. Jim advised that the Persimmon Homes team dedicated to the Stewartby Park development seems to have been […]

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Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick Echo

by timhill on 21 July, 2014

This is the latest of my regular electronic community newsletters I have just sent to local residents I have an e-mail address for. If you would like to receive it by e-mail, please let me know.   Dear Resident This is the latest of my regular electronic community newsletters from me as your local Liberal […]

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I am very pleased to report that there was a successful Neighbourhood Watch Re-Launch Meeting in Elstow last night.   The meeting was held at the Elstow Playing Fields Hall in Wilstead Road.   It was hosted by the Bedford Neighbourhood Watch Team and was the idea of Sue Anderson, the Parish Council Chair.   […]

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