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    David Burbage MBE was Leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council from 2007-2016. This blog : Promoted by Geoff Hill on behalf of David Burbage and all other Windsor and Maidenhead Conservative candidates, all of 2 Castle End Farm, Ruscombe, Berkshire RG10 9XQ
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Delivering our 2011 Manifesto (Leisure and Libraries)

Posted by davidburbage on April 13, 2015

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We’ve had tremendous success with our parks, libraries and leisure facilities. Popular and open for longer hours, our libraries are some of the most valued community destinations.

Maintain and enhance our parks

New play areas, new table tennis tables, more trees, dog-proof picnic areas and all weather pitches delivered!

Increase gym capacity at our leisure centres

Charters, Magnet and Windsor all have renewed and extended facilities. Furze Platt is a new facility!

Extend and enhance the Borough’s library offer, opening more library facilities and providing a greater range of services

Most libraries are now open on Saturdays and Sundays, WiFi and other great capabilities delivered

Increase volunteering opportunities in the Guildhall Museum and Borough libraries and parks

26 additional volunteers recruited for libraries at weekends, supporting professional staff, and new volunteers for the museum

More fountains for the Borough

Jubilee fountain in Alexandra Gardens at the Goswells very popular, fixed the Guildhall drinking fountain, fixed the Maidenhead library fountain and new fountains coming to the Borough

Extend public sports events in our towns eg road races

Park Runs now introduced through our Bright Ideas programme, football and rugby tournaments and regular triathlons

Introduce a prep/homework service in our libraries for Borough children

Pilot schemes introduced with publicity for residents

Extend youth provision across the Borough

Weekly sessions up 95% since 2011. Attendance levels up 28% since 2011

Fully support better access and business opportunities for 2012 Olympics at Eton Dorney

The Olympics went well!

Maintain support for our Arts Centres

Four year service level agreements in place for regular funding

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