This note started off as the usual every other year ‘heads-up’ that you will soon be getting a letter from me, via your NHW co-ordinator, asking you to update/confirm the data we keep about your household, and begging you to fill it in and return it to your co-ordinator promptly. Then the coronavirus landed and … Continue reading Keevil Neighbourhood Watch and Emergency Plan
Buzz has been asked to publish the following notice from the newly formed Keevil Emergency Group: Members of Keevil Parish Council, Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) and the Emergency Planning Officer have joined together to form the Keevil Emergency Group. A leaflet outlining the help available to any resident who is self isolating for any reason, or … Continue reading Keevil Emergency Group: COVID-19
Welcome back to the BUZZ Roundup – a quick update of anything that’s changed on our village website recently and a reminder of events coming up soon.
Have you signed up to Community Messaging? Wiltshire Police use an email alert system called Community Messaging, also known as Neighbourhood Alert, across Wiltshire and Swindon to provide real time information to subscribing residents and businesses. This is a free service and once subscribed you can choose what sort of alert to receive and how … Continue reading Community Messaging service…
Welcome back to the BUZZ Roundup – a quick update of anything that’s changed on our village website recently and a reminder of events coming up soon. Only two more sleeps till Saturday and our fabulous Village Fete in the main grounds of the Manor from 2.30pm, there will be fun for all the family so do come along! … Continue reading BUZZ ROUNDUP
Wiltshire police have created a new Volunteer role to help the Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Committee to support and build the Neighbourhood Watch Network in Wiltshire. Role Description: The Neighbourhood Watch scheme is a partnership intended to bring people together to make their communities safer. Neighbourhood Watch is the UK's largest voluntary movement. As the Wiltshire … Continue reading Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer Role
Last week a villager was called upon by a male ‘working for a homeless charity’ selling items at the door. The villager asked him if he had a Pedlar’s Certificate and when he said he didn’t, sent him away. It was reported to the police via 101, and notified to the Neighbourhood Watch group. His … Continue reading Beware unlicenced pedlars