Whittlesey & District NHW AGM

Last night the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Whittlesey & District Neighbourhood Watch took place at Grosvenor House (WTC Offices), we welcomed 13 members (42 NHW Schemes in operation throughout the area) – along with Sergeant Richard Lugg and PCSO Shane Green.
Sgt Lugg gave the group lots of updates on Crime (Less than last year) and Policing overall within the Fenland area.
All members were given the opportunity to ask questions.

I am honoured to have been re-elected for the 8th consecutive year as the Chairman of the Group and thank my fellow committee members Robin Sutton (Secretary) and John Garnett (Treasurer) for their very valuable support and help, both re-elected.

The main on-going concerns, issues and priorities remain more or less the same:-
1/ Parking issues especially around Schools.
2/ Open Drug Dealing – yes it is happening in our area.
3/ Ensuring ‘we’ are looking after our elderly and vulnerable neighbours.
4/ Helping to keep our neighbours informed especially about Scam awareness.
5/ Engaging at Public Events (13 in the last year) – to ensure as much exposure as possible.

Throughout Cambridgeshire – there are 1,800 Co-ordinators (42 in our area)
Neighbourhood Watch is the largest voluntary organisation in England.

If you would like to get Police reports, crime updates and be a better neighbour why not join us.
You can register (3 minutes)

To view a vast array of information, help and crime news visit Whittlesey NHW Website.

If you would like further information either contact Robin Sutton through the above website, or contact me – my contact details are on the top toolbar.

The next planned meeting is on Tuesday 10th September 2019 @ ‘Peel House’
Whittlesey Town Council Offices, Queen Street Whittlesey @ 7pm

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