Petition to: recognise the achievement of a 14 year old local school girl in winning the competition for a permanent tribute to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Windsor and request that the Council support this project, subject to planning, and give support to the working committee to implement the project, for completion by June 2012, and request that sufficient S106 monies earmarked for artistic contributions be set aside to ensure that this tribute is built

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We the undersigned petition The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to recognise the achievement of a 14 year old local school girl in winning the competition for a permanent tribute to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Windsor and request that the Council support this project, subject to planning, and give support to the working committee to implement the project, for completion by June 2012, and request that sufficient S106 monies earmarked for artistic contributions be set aside to ensure that this tribute is built. More details

More details from petition creator

recognise the achievement of a 14 year old local school girl in winning the competition for a permanent tribute to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Windsor and request that the Council support this project,subject to planning, and give support to the working committee to implement the project, for completion by June 2012, and request that sufficient S106 monies earmarked for artistic contributions be set aside to ensure that this tribute is built.

Current signatories

Andrew Melville, the petition creator, joined by:

  • Timothy O'Donovan
  • Judith Diment
  • Tom Tilbury
  • Sarah-Jane Compton-Williams
  • Sandra Holmes
  • Mrs Julie Dawn Caplin
  • E Hooper
  • Julie Sellar
  • Lia Papayianni
  • Rachel Gibb
  • Fiona McGuire
  • James Clark
  • Stephen Haines
  • Gill Labrum
  • Susan Roberts-Shephard
  • Rosemarie Wood
  • david murray bruce
  • David Peat
  • David Lewis
  • Pamela Delamere
  • Emma Higgins
  • Sally Davies
  • Sally Macfadyen
  • John Briscoe
  • ANDREW CLEMANCE
  • Paula Phillips
  • Ashok Basra