July 29 2014 Latest news:
My great friend the late John Summerhayes, Head of Woodwork at the Boys Grammar School on the South Brink and then Head of Boy’s Craft at the merged mixed Grammar School at the former Girls High School site on the North Brink, told me that the Honours Board had been brought across the river when the Schools merged and stored in the loft space above the woodwork room at the Wisbech Grammar School.
Further to the acrimonious discussions on imposing a speed limit of 20 mph.
I read this piece many times and still could not believe it. How could a mere railway enthusiast, after many years of trying, walk away with something given to March Museum for the benefit of all?
I attended the meeting about Estover playing field and felt that one important issue was left out, namely, the field isn’t just a playing field but a community resource used by those who live in the area.
Following the outpouring of objections to Councillor Steve Count’s announcement on the future of Estover playing field, I strongly suggest the people of March lobby March Town Council and the Estover Playing Field Association to register the field as an Asset of Community Value.