Get involved! Send photos, video, news & views. Text WILTS TIMES to 80360 or email us
Peter Ezra, Labour
5:30pm Tuesday 1st May 2007 in News
Peter Ezra has lived in the Westbury for thirty years, he is married to Sue and they have two children.
Now retired his last job was a Client Accounts Manager for a firm of London Stockbrokers. He is a keen chess player and until recently was Treasurer of the British Chess Federation.
Peter feels there has been a continuous decline in services and facilities in Westbury. The town has grown but resources and facilities have been disappearing.
We have lost our Clinic, the land was sold for housing and we have also lost our hospital.
The Police Station is no longer accessible to the community and the roads are becoming rat runs for traffic trying to get away from the main A350 going through the town.
Another concern is the Laver and the proposals to develop this building appear to bet costing the community a great deal of money. There is talk about Lottery funding to develop the site, however with escalating the cost of the Olympic Games this funding might not be possible.