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Apologies for the absence of any new postings this week. I have not been well but have now recovered enough to catch up on some issues in the pipeline.
Good to have you back as the voice of the ordinary residents of Brent
Sorry to hear you have been unwell Martin, I hope you continue to get better
I wholeheartedly agree with the two comments above. The value of the public service which Martin has been providing through "Wembley Matters" over the years can be judged by the pageviews his blogs have received, now more than 4 million!I am happy to support his sharing of important news and views with occasional guest blogs myself, but I look forward to having Martin fit and well again for many more years, because the effort he puts in on behalf of local people is invaluable. A big THANK YOU, Martin, from me and all your readers!
That's very kind of you Philip. I appreciate your support and especially your guest posts! Martin
So sorry to hear you have been unwell Martin and hoping that you're now fully recovered. Agree Philip, without Martins excellent and hope filled work Brent press would be a desert of deep local disengagement and alienation that colonial development requires for its "smooth process."If more local people dare to volunteer dots and all connected, Brent would be incredible. Developer Take South Kilburn, its Central London what's with the entrenched modern slum build nostalgia?
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