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Neighbourhood Watch

Alert message sent 12/04/2017 17:47:00

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Dear Co-ordinator/Member/Associate,

It appears Spring has finally arrived!

Along with the warmer weather & lighter evenings I'm sure many of us will be Spring cleaning, both inside & out.

Windows open, pottering in the garden, relaxing ….but don't relax where security is concerned.

Be mindful that it takes just a few seconds for the opportunist to enter a property/garden. Secure windows, doors & gates as a deterrent.

Please BE AWARE – BE SAFE.

Display a NHW sticker in your window.

DID YOU KNOW??? Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) is so much more than incidents/crime that may occur in an area.

The ethos of NHW is one of a caring society; to help create and maintain a neighbourhood that is safe, friendly and inclusive to everyone.

Good communities are GREAT when : We look after each other. We at NHW look out for our neighbours and give guidance & support when needed.

Engaging with schools, we encourage our youngsters to have good values. To be responsible & have respect towards others & for their community.

There's so much more to NHW than one little sticker and crime reports.

We give a lot to our communities and ask for a little support in return.

Notice of meeting.

Date Tuesday 16th May

Time 7pm

Venue Walton Girls High School, Kitty Briggs Lane, Grantham.

Please come along in support of the good work Neighbourhood Watch does in your community.

A warm welcome awaits!

To reserve a seat email billsbanter@live.co.uk

Phone 01476 861399

Helen Bill – Chair – Grantham & District Neighbourhood Watch Association

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Helen Bill (NHWN, Administrator, Grantham & District NHW Association)

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