Jul 05

Rural Watch Updates for last 2 weeks

A burglary has occurred at a house in Mountford close WELLESBOURNE, it is believed to have taken place between about 11pm on Thursday 19/06/2014 and 7am on Friday 20/06/2014.

The offender has gained  entry to the property by breaking the glass in a rear patio door whilst the householder was on holiday.

Incident no 204 of 20/06/14 refers and enquiries are ongoing.

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7 thefts of catalytic converters since 30th June from vehicles on the Shipston sector which borders our patch in the villages of Alderminster, Newbold on Stour, Tredington, and Shipston itself.

Police are following a number of leads in relation to this but please be vigilant especially if you own a 4×4 or any vehicle with higher than usual ground clearance as these tend to be the thieves preferred choice.

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a Silver Hyundai 110 was broken into at WARMINGTON garage between 18:30 and 20:30 on Wednesday  2nd July.

A brown canvas bag was stolen from the car’s footwell containing cash, keys, and various cards.

Please don’t leave items on display as thieves are looking for easy targets especially in the quiet rural villages.

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a suspicious incident has been reported in Farnborough road RADWAY where a white van – possibly a Ford with yellow and orange stickers has been seen at least twice driving around stables. 2 males – one white and one black were in the van and when challenged claimed to be looking for batteries. One male had a camera.

Incident 250 0f 02/07/2014 refers. Please notify us on 101 if you see this vehicle and or its occupants, obviously use 999 if you feel an offence is being or is about to be commited.

 

Thanks and kind regards,

 

Martin Sanford

PCSO 6060

Wellesbourne safer neighbourhood team

Stratford on Avon police station

Rother Street

CV37 6RD

Tel 01789 444600

Jul 02

Wellesbourne Holiday Club

Wellesbourne Holiday Club Places Available

Places available for our holiday club (28th-30th
July, 4th-6th August) with a bunch of fun activities all for just £1 per day.

Check out the link below for further information:

http://mywellesbourne.co.uk/wellesbourneyouthsummer/

 

*Please be aware this is open for Year 7 children and above only.

Jun 18

Small Business support and funding in South Warwickshire

Small Business support and funding in South Warwickshire

Are you a Small Businesslooking for support or funding in South Warwickshire

Why not take look at the Strafford upon avon 4 Business website?

http://www.open4business.info/stratford/default.aspx

Jun 14

Rural watch update 07/06/14

A numberplate has been stolen from a Mercedes car parked on a driveway in Whitworth close WELLESBOURNE between 2nd June & 5th June.

Incident 173 of 06/06/14 refers.

Also a saw mill has been broken into in Brookhampton lane KINETON between 2nd & 6th June.

Unknown offenders have allegedly caused damage to a 6 cylinder saw engine by filling it with an unknown substance.

Incident 378 0f 06/06/14 refers.

Kind Regards,

 

Martin Sanford

PCSO 6060

Wellesbourne safer neighbourhood team

Stratford on Avon police station

Rother Street

CV37 6RD

Tel 01789 444600

Jun 14

Hastings House Surgery – Letter – June 2014

You may more may not have seen the letter from the surgery around the village.  Here is a copy.

Dear Patient of Hastings House Medical Centre,

We would be grateful for your help in endorsing our application for new premises. We have submitted a business case for new premises to the NHSE  in March 2014. We would like your help in writing to Margaret Johnson to highlight your concerns about the existing surgery and why you feel a new surgery would meet your needs and the needs of our local population. Margaret Johnson is the NHSE premises contracts manager who is helping us to progress our application through the NHS decision making process. We would be grateful if you could write to Margaret Johnson (contact details below) and we have suggested some of the areas you may like to mention in your letter.

Many thanks for your help

The Partners

 

Can we make the following suggestions that you may like to add to your letter…..

- I am a patient at Wellesbourne Hastings House Medical Centre. I have been informed that the practice has submitted an application for new premises.

· I have been a patient at the practice for …..years

·  It is clear that the current building  is too small to meet the current needs for the village and the wider patient catchment area.

· The population of Wellesbourne is expanding rapidly and the GP’s are overstretched now with no room for expansion both of personnel and premises

·  I am concerned about the long wait to make a routine appointment with my Doctor.

·  There is no lift to see Dr Gunton upstairs

·  The waiting room upstairs is in the old storeroom with no window and claustrophobic.

·  The population is ageing which will result in more demand for our doctors and I am concerned that I will not have the service from the doctors unless they are able to expand into new premises.

·  I do not wish to register with another practice because

·  I wish to get more services from my local Doctor rather than go to Warwick Hospital or further afield.

·  The new head of the NHS has said he supports care closer to home and that is what we want. A new replacement health centre in Wellesbourne will enable the doctors to achieve that vision.

·  A new health centre will allow the doctors to provide the level of services that we as patients require.

Thank you very much for taking the time to write and in so doing supporting the development and improvement of our surgery

Please write or email:

Margaret Johnson

Contracts Manager

Arden, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Area Team

NHS England

Parkside House

Quinton Road

Coventry

CV1 2NJ

Or e-mail:

Margaret.Johnson11@nhs.net

May 30

Wellesbourne Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan

At the Wellesbourne Street Fayre on 7th June there will be a stand where visitors will be able to meet members of the steering committee and share your views with them.

It is a great opportunity for you to give them your feedback.

More information can be found at www.w-w-w.org.uk

May 30

Fosse Food Bank Needs YOU!

Fosse Food Bank Needs You!

If you would like to be involved in this local service, providing a lifeline for families in and around Wellesbourne then volunteers are being recruited.

On a Rota basis volunteers are needed to dispatch food on Fridays between 11:30am and 1:pm.

Fosse Food Bank would love to hear from you by email to wellesbournefoodbank@gmail.com or by calling 07581297187

For more information visit Fosse.foodbank.org.uk

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