Welcome to Haverhill TV!
The revelation that Cambridgeshire's local authorities have included a renewal of the railway link to Haverhill among the options in the debate which will lead to their transport strategy plan seems to have come out of the blue to everyone on this side of the border.
Date: Saturday, 18th May 2013
But the future is less clear. Vision 2031, as far as I can see, is not what they initially told us it would be. It is less about creating the future and more about protecting the present.
Date: Sunday, 12th May 2013
Everyone's fed up with politics, I keep hearing. There's no point to any of it. All the parties are rubbish, all the MPs and councillors are on the make. There's nobody worth voting for.
Date: Saturday, 27th April 2013
Haverhill is not hugely different from any other community in Britain, so it is only reasonable that someone should take up the challenge and analyse the legacy of Margaret Thatcher here.
Date: Friday, 12th April 2013
It’s been a week of planning matters, which might sound rather boring, but is enough to start a series of hares and get everybody arguing about what is best for Haverhill.
Date: Sunday, 7th April 2013
Next week we enter the new financial year, so you will have had a new council tax demand and you will see that it is exactly the same as the last one.
Date: Sunday, 24th March 2013
Buenos dies. I am the Great Leopardo, world-famous lion-tamer – the greatest in the world and advisor to Suffolk County Council about dealing with wild animals.
Date: Saturday, 16th March 2013
Cllr Guy MacGregor will be facing the public who demanded he come and explain his decision to knock pedestrianisation of Haverhill High Street on the head.
Date: Saturday, 9th March 2013
Hello. I’m glad you could get along to watch this historic experiment, which will take science to new levels. I’ve allowed you into my secret laboratory here to witness mankind’s first successful attempt at instant hybridisation.
Date: Saturday, 2nd March 2013
You’ll hear a lot wild claims and ridiculous accusations over the next ten weeks but I want to make it quite clear that we in the Sensible Party will not be responsible for any of them.
Date: Saturday, 23rd February 2013
Poor bloke, you’ve got to feel for him. Now they’ve found him they won’t stop until we know what he was really like and, let’s face it, he’s never going to live up to the billing of Shakespeare’s Richard the Third.
Date: Saturday, 9th February 2013
So what are we to make over this latest rumpus over the Burton Centre? Quite the most bizarre one I can remember in Haverhill, and that is saying a lot.
Date: Saturday, 2nd February 2013
High streets around the country have begun in recent weeks to look like the famous sinking ship which the rats are leaving, yet until now Haverhill has largely escaped
Date: Friday, 25th January 2013
So the bogeyman rides into town in March to give everyone a chance to take pot shots at him.
Date: Sunday, 13th January 2013
As we head into the first weekend of the New Year, how many resolutions have you made and broken so far? It is, after all, that time of year when we traditionally review and re-assess our conduct.
Date: Saturday, 5th January 2013
The world is about to end, or is it? A satirical look into the interpretation of Mayan hieroglyphs and prophesy in relation to what is about to or my happen in Haverhill.
Date: Saturday, 22nd December 2012
How the Police and local authority are working together to address the issues raised regarding Haverhill's parking and traffic problems
Date: Saturday, 15th December 2012
Do you remember the trumpeting of localism and how local people could take decisions on how they wanted their own money spent on local services?
Date: Saturday, 15th December 2012
The life and sole of any community, large or small is directly attributed to its history.
Date: Saturday, 8th December 2012
How do you react when your town is misrepresented
Date: Saturday, 1st December 2012
More and more people are using the internet to view where they intend to visit. That is why we all have a responsibility to ensure our town is as attractive as possible to potential visitors
Date: Friday, 23rd November 2012
Hooray! another family board game for Christmas. I'm the top hat………
Date: Saturday, 17th November 2012
Should we change the status of our old buildings to make way for modernisation? or save our heritage and leave well alone?
Date: Friday, 9th November 2012
Introducing Labour's Candidate for Suffolk PCC, Ms Jane Basham
Date: Monday, 29th October 2012
Haverhill Arts Centre is another good example of Haverhill having to fund its own facilities, since St Edmundsbury axed its grant. Compare that to the APEX!
Date: Sunday, 21st October 2012
A small group of rail enthusiast are the driving force behind a rail link between Haverhill and Cambridge and possibly Colchester
Date: Sunday, 14th October 2012
Should we not take more advantage of car parking facilities in Haverhill, rather than clogging up the high street by parking on double yellow lines or on the pavement?
Date: Friday, 5th October 2012
One Haverhill has decided to conduct its meetings on how to administer public money in secret, behind closed doors, with no access granted to the community or press.
Date: Saturday, 29th September 2012
How Samuel Ward Academy overcame adversity to obtain approval to build a much needed special school in Haverhill.
Date: Saturday, 22nd September 2012
Not another survey!
Date: Saturday, 15th September 2012