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Wandsworth Guardian
Bins removed because of flytipping could be reinstated if littering increases, council claimsthe deputy leader, at full council on Wednesday evening, why bins across the bo
Bins removed because of flytipping could be reinstated if littering increases, council claims
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the deputy leader, at full council on Wednesday evening, why bins across the borough were being "removed by stealth". Jonathan Cook, deputy leader and cabinet member for community services said the tactic was being employed by Wandsworth... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Common feel the noise: Wandsworth Council clashes with Lambeth as plans for more and louder events are backed for Clapham Commonthe location, many of the affected residents would be within Wandsworth. Envir
Common feel the noise: Wandsworth Council clashes with Lambeth as plans for more and louder events are backed for Clapham Common
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the location, many of the affected residents would be within Wandsworth. Environment spokesman for Wandsworth, Councillor Jonathan Cook accused Lambeth of “sneaking through the plans” and “burying” their opposition in a 520-word report. MORE... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Residents agree 20's plenty as Wandsworth Council aims to make streets safer for all59 per cent of those who responded to the consultation backed the decision. Tr
Residents agree 20's plenty as Wandsworth Council aims to make streets safer for all
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
59 per cent of those who responded to the consultation backed the decision. Transport and environment spokesman Councillor Jonathan Cook said: “Having received a very clear result from the consultation we can now move this scheme forward. “This... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Work begins on new £900,000 fitness pavilion, toilets and sunbathing space for Tooting Bec Lidomoney, £500,000 from the South London Swimming Club and £250,000 from Sport Eng
Work begins on new £900,000 fitness pavilion, toilets and sunbathing space for Tooting Bec Lido
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
money, £500,000 from the South London Swimming Club and £250,000 from Sport England. The council’s leisure spokesman Cllr Jonathan Cook said: “This exciting project will ensure that this jewel in the crown of London’s swimming pools will offer... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Residents rally to Save Falcon Park as plans for football pitch get closer to goalthe autumn of 2015 when a percentage of participants supported the plans. In a
Residents rally to Save Falcon Park as plans for football pitch get closer to goal
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
the autumn of 2015 when a percentage of participants supported the plans. In a statement on November 25, 2015, Councillor Jonathan Cook said: “If we want to encourage young people in this part of Battersea to engage in more healthy sporting... Read more
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North Augusta Today
Playwright's works produced around worldJonathan Cook has lots of ideas in his head. And over the years, he has transf
Playwright's works produced around world
North Augusta Today / Posted 10 days ago
Jonathan Cook has lots of ideas in his head. And over the years, he has transformed them into plays that have been staged nationally and internationally. “I started collecting ideas when I was a kid, and when I was in college, I wrote two short... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Get Active returns for seventh year as King George's Park hosts sport and health festivalprevious weekend with the borough’s second place in the London Youth Games." T
Get Active returns for seventh year as King George's Park hosts sport and health festival
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
previous weekend with the borough’s second place in the London Youth Games." The council’s leisure spokesman Councillor Jonathan Cook said: "It’s great that so many local people went along to this event, connecting with local community... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Tens of thousands of fans pack out Battersea Park for Formula E's final roarspend £800,000 on creating a new playground, entrance, garden and seating in Ba
Tens of thousands of fans pack out Battersea Park for Formula E's final roar
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
spend £800,000 on creating a new playground, entrance, garden and seating in Battersea Park. Speaking last week Councillor Jonathan Cook said: “Coupled with the substantial funds we have also received from housing developers near the park, means we... Read more
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Al.com
'You could see this coming:' Mobile's 2017 class of recruits among best in recent yearsTE, Theodore (Minnesota) 20138. Darius Paige, DT, Foley (Alabama) 9. Jason Sm
'You could see this coming:' Mobile's 2017 class of recruits among best in recent years
Al.com / Posted 21 days ago
TE, Theodore (Minnesota) 20138. Darius Paige, DT, Foley (Alabama) 9. Jason Smith, ATH, McGill-Toolen (MGCC/Auburn) 17. Jonathan Cook, DB, Spanish Fort (Alabama) 19. Deon Johnson, ATH, Spanish Fort 27. Wilson Bell, OG, Blount (Florida... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Battersea Park to have new playground, garden and pedestrian entrance funded by Formula Egarden, based on designs by Leicester gardener David Keary, at a cost of £70,00
Battersea Park to have new playground, garden and pedestrian entrance funded by Formula E
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
garden, based on designs by Leicester gardener David Keary, at a cost of £70,000. Community services spokesman Councillor Jonathan Cook said: “We are unveiling an exciting package of improvements to the park which will be largely funded by income... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Brexit and the diseased liberal mindAbsolutely brilliant analysis, as is usually the case with Jonathan Cook. My on
Brexit and the diseased liberal mind
Op-Ed News / Posted 26 days ago
Absolutely brilliant analysis, as is usually the case with Jonathan Cook. My only quibble would be with his judgment that Corbyn "didn't dare" support Brexit "given the inevitable reaction of his MPs". Corbyn must have been elected leader of the... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Children build five star bug hotel in first wildflower meadow in Furzedown Recreation Groundinsects such as bumblebees, carder bees and hover flies, who will make the most
Children build five star bug hotel in first wildflower meadow in Furzedown Recreation Ground
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 27 days ago
insects such as bumblebees, carder bees and hover flies, who will make the most of the big accommodation. Councillor Jonathan Cook, Wandsworth Council parks spokesman, said: "The meadow is a great success and will develop year on year. It’s... Read more

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