neighbourhood-watch

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22 November, 2019

Bentworth Village & Bentworth Neighbourhood Watch Email Distribution Lists and WhatsApp Groups

The Villager

I keep two separate email lists of people who live in Bentworth; Bentworth Village and Bentworth Neighbourhood Watch (NHW). I try to keep email addresses private and do not intentionally pass on anyone’s email address. I send the occasional non-commercial, non-political, impartial email to the Bentworth Village list containing information that I think will be informative, useful and/or of interest to them, often forwarded at someone’s request (including the Parish Council’s). ...

06 November, 2019

Minutes of Neighbourhood Watch Meeting – 1st November 2019

Events

There was an open discussion on the best ways to communicate with Village people in regard to security and the Neighbourhood Watch. Many people now use social media as a means of communicating but not all Villagers are involved. The discussion concentrated on how to pass on information, warn people of possible intruders, make people aware of the variety of scams going on. ...

11 October, 2019

Neighbourhood Watch Meeting – Bentworth Jubilee Hall – 1st November 7 pm

Events

A meeting is being organized at the Jubilee Hall on 1st November 2019, starting at 7:00pm, to discuss the way forward for Bentworth Neighbourhood Watch. In the light of all the recent break-ins etc., it was suggested at the last Parish Council meeting that the Neighbourhood Watch system in the Village needs a review. ...

13 March, 2018

Neighbourhood Watch

The Villager

It has been my good fortune over the past few years to co-ordinate the Neighbourhood Watch service for Bentworth. However, I have now handed over to Patrick Cornelius, who together with John Stockdale’s e-mails will continue to advise of the goings-on with the Police and the criminal element in our neighbourhood. ...

27 December, 2017

Neighbourhood Watch

Crimestoppers The Villager

The police would like to remind everyone that there are some unpleasant folks around who prey on the elderly members of our society. They purport to be calling from the Bank or from the Police and gently lead people to giving out their bank details. This is something that does not happen with genuine calls from banks or the police. ...

27 December, 2017

Rural Crime Meeting – 20th November 2017

Crimestoppers Parish Council

I attended the above meeting which was hosted by the police, country watch, EHDC and others at Penns Place. The subjects covered included cyber-crimes, abuse, flytipping, hare coursing, livestock worrying, nuisance caused by off-roader motor cyclists. Sadly, although I know that an invitation was sent out to Parish Councils, community groups and other interested persons, within the EHDC district, only about 40 people turned up. ...