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  • Article: Dec 3, 2020

    Many disabled people have seen their finances hit as a result of the pandemic

    As we celebrate, we should also remember the economic and social barriers faced by so many people with disabilities.

    Recent figures for example suggest a significant number of disabled people have seen their finances hit as a result of the pandemic. And far too many have had services and support reduced or even withdrawn and feel isolated and overlooked.

  • Paul Harding
    Article: Dec 2, 2020

    Paul Harding 07848 822384 paul.harding@gmail.com

    Michele Christensen 07815 838544 mjchristhome@googlemail.com


    Mohammad Fayyaz 07772 027829 mo.fayyaz@hotmail.co.uk

    Alan Bacon 01494 774870 baconalan@hotmail.com

  • Pavement Bellingdon Road
    Article: Dec 2, 2020

    Pavements in Chesham have been particularly neglected. We have discovered that this one isn't even on the list for major resurfacing in the next 8 years!!! We don't know why previous County councillors ignored it when prioritising repairs. It's a very busy pavement, used by many people. We are trying now to get it upgraded.

  • Alan Bacon
    Article: Dec 1, 2020

    By the time the December yourChesham comes out, we should be just about to end our second lockdown. Let's hope it will be the last, but who knows?

    We desperately want to be able to meet family and friends over Christmas, but don't want to send coronavirus cases through the roof all over again.

    A vaccine may be coming to our rescue, and soon. There is even talk that the Pfizer vaccine may be available for the most vulnerable people by the end of the year. But we can't bank on that, and we certainly can't afford to slacken off our efforts to control the pandemic. Even if the vaccine does turn out to be safe and effective, it will take time to get really large-scale vaccination under way. In the meantime, Britain has now passed the 50,000 deaths mark, the first country in Europe to do so.

  • Mohammad Fayyaz
    Article: Dec 1, 2020

    Christmas this year will be different! But it will still be Christmas. As a Muslim, I mark the celebration of the birth of Jesus (Prophet Isa, PBUH).

    Jesus (PBUH) is central to Christianity and all my Christian friends, but he is also special to Muslims the world over. He was one of our beloved prophets and the Quran tells the story of his birth to Maryam (Mary), though under a palm tree rather than in a manger.