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  • Write to your councillors            http://www.writetothem.com/

    If you need ideas of what to write, or even a template letter, find some in the Document Library

    Write to the local newspapers

    Herts Advertiser    hertsad@archant.co.uk

    St Albans Review revieweditor@london.newsquest.co.uk

     

    Sign the Petitions

    https://consult.hertsdirect.org/petitions/petition?petition_id=142656

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/55381

     

    Start Fundraising

    Costs will, and already have been, incurred in investigating what has happened and what will happen next. A bank account is in the process of being set up and once that is ready we will post more details of how to donate. In the meantime, why not host a coffee morning, arrange a sponsored walk, or whatever takes your fancy to raise some money for the cause?

    Also, Easyfundraising.org.uk is the easiest way to raise money for Right School Right Place. Shop with any of over 2,700 retailers and a percentage of what you spend is donated to Right School Right Place at no additional cost to you. Retailers include Amazon, John Lewis, eBay, Tesco and many more. Please register to support us today – http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/rsrp/

     


    Traffic Concerns

    There are regular issues with traffic on the Lower Luton Road, especially at the junction with Station Road, and at the roundabout in Wheathampstead where it meets Lamer Lane and Codicote Road near St Albans High School for Girls. Traffic tails back from this roundabout to Cherry Tree Lane every morning with the volume of traffic at that junction, a distance of 1 mile.

    Traffic Crash

    Loss of Greenbelt

    HCC are planning to compulsory purchase the green belt land which is currently used for agricultural use. Once purchased, they have said "its eventual use will be dependent on a wide range of issues" indicating that if plans don't go ahead for a school, there is the possibility that the land will be used for something else.

    Greenbelt Land