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ince the last edition of My Abbots News, Hillside committee has been very busy with


the preparations for our Jubilee fun day at School Mead on Saturday, June 2. We hoped everything had been covered if the


weather was unkind to us, as had dancing groups from Tanners Wood School and an exhibition from Divine Saviour School on Taekwondo. The groups were going to perform in the Tanners Wood School main hall thanks to headmasters for the offer and the support they have given the committee. Thanks also to Highways for allowing us to


shut School Mead school side. At our last committee it was brought up about


the parking in and around the schools in the area and the danger of bad parking. This concern was relayed to our local police


station. A reply has been passed back to us. It reads: ―The police will deal with any obstructions and


parking on the school zig zags with a £30 fine.‖ PCSO Emma Coyle has been doing a good job


and the safety has improved. Thank you Emma. We have also been told that single and double


yellow line offences were decriminalised many years ago and are the responsibility of the traffic wardens. The Dantien arts and craft sessions on


Tuesdays and the needlework classes seem to be a great success. On Saturday Hillside Residents‘ Association


were given an award from Watford Community Housing Trust for their time and effort that is needed to keep on to of any problems that might happen on the estate. We thank you. There is still no name plate over the shops or


the flats over Tanners Wood Hall (Hillside Hall). To contact the residents‘ association telephone 01923 442916.


Peter Scott


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