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Saturday, 28 November 2015

MORE FROM WESTWAY AGM...


8 comments:

  1. The Stables won a Mayors Award - for services to the community....

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  2. The stable has served many local youth groups representing rbkc for many years in youth games working closely with rbkc sports services . Mary Mackle
    Of sport delvopment rbkc was a tremendous help involving stables in many projects throughout borough with After school clubs most local schools have worked with stable wonderful hoilday projects took place .They also have and was working with westminster brent wandsworth hammersmith fulham .long before the trio bourgh was brought on private schools used stable and because of road and a mass rat problem not coursed by stable but fly tipping flith many issues stable way has had few. People could imagine . And more then anything do Angela know this or were friendly deals involved her removing sarah tuvey others on stable way have been very behind on rent but have new leases who don't support community groups the rent issue is a mask for removing someone who served a community ?

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  3. The Trust should support Sarah Tuvey's stables which is so loved by the local community instead of trying to hound her and her horses out of the borough.
    Give Sarah a long lease so she can continue to serve the community just as she has for the past 20 years!

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  4. I have just come home from spending another fantastic day at West London Stables.I cant express what this place means to me.Sarah needs to be able to continue her relentless work for her community without constantly having to fight! An utterly passionate, hard working, caring lady who had spent the last 20 years building something fantastic for the commuinty.Sarah and her volenteers and riders have spent the last year under emmense stress and pressure whilst tirelessly keeping the stables running.I have felt disgusted and helpless over the last year about the way Sarah has been treated by a supposed 'charitable trust' and iv seen the effect this has had on a person who has done nothing but try to maintain this fantastic facility.I have suffered crippling anxiety and depression in the last 5 years and since finding the stables I can't tell you the massive impact it's had on my life. I have started a new job something I would never have been able to consider before I went to West London Stables.People like Sarah should be supported not devauled and kicked in the teeth by the very people who should be supporting her.

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  5. I have just come home from spending another fantastic day at West London Stables.I cant express what this place means to me.Sarah needs to be able to continue her relentless work for her community without constantly having to fight! An utterly passionate, hard working, caring lady who had spent the last 20 years building something fantastic for the commuinty.Sarah and her volenteers and riders have spent the last year under emmense stress and pressure whilst tirelessly keeping the stables running.I have felt disgusted and helpless over the last year about the way Sarah has been treated by a supposed 'charitable trust' and iv seen the effect this has had on a person who has done nothing but try to maintain this fantastic facility.I have suffered crippling anxiety and depression in the last 5 years and since finding the stables I can't tell you the massive impact it's had on my life. I have started a new job something I would never have been able to consider before I went to West London Stables.People like Sarah should be supported not devauled and kicked in the teeth by the very people who should be supporting her.

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  6. Angel of the North1 December 2015 at 18:39

    At the AGM the Westway Trust property director tried to placate the audience by assuring them that a new equestrian centre will be built to replace the existing stables. To his horror, instead of applauding him, the public roared back it's anger!

    The Trust claimed that the stables will be closed "by mutual agreement." Sarah was brought to the microphone to tell the new Chairman and the public that the Trust had tricked and then bullied her into giving up her tenancy. It was Mr Brown's turn to be shocked. When Sarah took on the stables,it had squatters. The Trust used her to rid itself of it's uninvited guests. The building was old and leaking. She's since spent years creating a unique community amenity - not fashionable perhaps - but widely loved. The Trust responded to her years of hard work by effectively evicting her and her horses and breaking her heart. Her horses are her life.

    This is how the Westway Distrust works and why hundreds of local people have learned to despise those who run it in such a brutal fashion. It's time for change.

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  7. Will Westway Trust . Follow up what was said at meeting a review . Of how this matter of stable Flyover was treated Huey family are long suffering the trust bad Behaviour towards them . They lease handed back as 3 Months was impossible to work with As they have already suffered disrespect by former CEO they had no hope. How dare this be allowed to carry on . The stable let's see what truth comes out 20 yrs no interest paid by trust whilst it supported many without big funding or help and know they want to build new stables and provide a facility because stable is getting tarted up .It they moment of truth

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  8. Bizarre rumours emanate from the Westway Trust offices, as well as some pretty bizarre correspondence. All is not well in McConvilleland.

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