Feb 19

14th March Volunteering Event at Chedham’s Yard 10am to 2 pm

Chedhams Yard14th March Volunteering Event at Chedham’s Yard 10am to 2 pm.

Chedhams Yard is hosting a Volunteering Event where we will discuss the roles and opportunities available at Chedhams for those with an interest in the site.

http://www.chedhamsyard.org.uk/

It is a great way to meet people from all walks of life and for the younger person an ideal place to gain some work experience in your final years at School or College.

The yard opens at 10.00am and there will be many staff on hand to answer questions. 

Feb 06

Rural watch message Friday 6th February 2015

A very important message for all of our rural watch members.

Please be vigilant for persons attempting to sell cleaning products such as dusters, mops, cloths etc door to door in the rural villages. They will claim to be ex offenders ( and mainly they are ) attempting to make an honest living after being released from prison. They will generally produce ID when challenged which are not genuine pedlars licences that are required to carry out this activity.

Ensure that your home security is as good as possible with doors and windows locked and alarms set etc.

 

On 3rd February 2015 there were six reports of Nottingham Knockers selling door to door in the following areas; CHERRINGTON, PILLERTON PRIORS, GREAT WOLFORD, LONG COMPTON and HENLEY IN ARDEN.

 

They were dropped off in a white LDV Minibus FP02YKH. Previously vehicles that have been used were a silver Vauxhall Zafira KB54GUU and a further silver Zafira FL03YHE.

 

It is believed that these persons are responsible for the current spate of rural burglaries.

 

The local police teams are patrolling the rural villages to deter these people and they are being dealt with robustly by having their goods seized and being reported for summons when committing or going equipped to commit offences.

 

Please politely decline to buy any goods from them and discretely phone us as soon as possible on 101 or 999 depending on the circumstances should you be approached by these persons.

 

Thanks and Kind Regards,

 

Martin Sanford

Police Community Support Officer 6060

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team

Stratford on Avon Police Station

Tel 01789 4446000

Feb 06

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 11 – 01.02.15

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 11 – 01.02.15

 

This report from the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team covers the wards of Snitterfield, Wellesbourne, Kineton and Burton Dassett.

 

The following incidents, for the period between 24.01.15 to 01.02.15 have been reported and the team are appealing for witnesses:

 

Please beware – A young man has been  seen tonight (Friday) in Hotchkiss Close in the late evening taking pictures of parked cars. This incident has been reported to the police. If you see anything suspicious in your area call 101 immediately. Police cars can be diverted to our area.

Make sure your car is locked and fully immobilised, Do not leave the car unattended with engine running in the mornings to defrost it.

 

Snitterfield Whitehorse Hill – 29.01.15 – 129

Burglary Access by smashing back door window. Jewellery and watches stolen.

 

Burton Dassett Country Park – 27.01.15 – 179

Theft Pay and display machine damaged to remove cash box. The cash box had been emptied earlier in the day but the damage to the machine and wall amounted to £5000

 

Wellesbourne Westfield Crescent – 01.02.15 – 106

Vehicle Crime All vehicle tyres have been damaged by a nail. PCSOs will conduct local enquiries.

 

If you have any information relating to the incidents with reference numbers, then please contact the Stratford Police Station using the non-emergency number 101 or email the team: wellesbourne.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

 

If you have any concerns, questions or suggestions for the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team please call this number: 01789 444600, or by email to: wellesbourne.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

 

You are welcome to distribute this information. Please reply directly to this email if you wish any names to be added to this mailing list.

 

C7678 Barry Saunders

Police Support Volunteer

Stratford Police Station

Warwickshire Police

 

Feb 05

Work started to manage flood risk on River Dene

 

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Feb 01

Rural watch report 21/01/2015

Incident 98 21/01/2014 Vehicle Crime WELLESBOURNE

A total of 40 wheels and tyres have been stolen from 5 new lorries parked at the Wellesbourne distribution park ( near to the airfield ).

The theft is believed to have taken place overnight from Tuesday 20th – Wednesday 21st January 2015.

The crime is being investigated but please be vigilant as there have also been a number of thefts from commercial vehicles on the Stratford and Alcester areas overnight and patrols have been stepped up in response.

Please phone in on 101 should you have any information regarding these or any other crimes.

Thanks & Kind Regards,

 

Martin Sanford

Police Community Support Officer 6060

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team

Stratford on Avon Police Station

Tel 01789 446000

Jan 18

Calling All Wellesbourne Road Cyclists!

Me last year on the Shakespeare Hospice Ride!

Me last year on the Shakespeare Hospice Ride!

If you are retired, work part time or enjoy flexible hours, then you may be interested in joining me in forming a group to ride regularly during the daytime in midweek.

Ideally, I’d like to do this on a Thursday, but we could take a consensus of opinion.

My idea is to start the ride from, say, the precinct in Wellesbourne at around 10.30am and ride for a couple of hours before stopping for a light lunch. Resuming the ride at 1.15pm, we’d look to be back in Wellesbourne about 3.15pm, by which time we would, hopefully, have covered around 50 miles in total, perhaps taking in one or two “little” climbs!

I’ve recently retired myself and ride with Shipston Cycling Club on a Sunday, but believe there is an opportunity for like-minded individuals to spend the best part of a day enjoying a regular midweek ride.

At this stage, I am just keen to gauge the potential level of interest so, in the first instance, it would be great if you could e-mail me with your thoughts to garygristwood54@outlook.com  Alternatively, you could call me on 01789-842495 or 07710-992496.

Finally, I’d like to think that we could have things up and running (or, should I say, riding!) by late February/early March.

Gary Gristwood.

Jan 16

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 8 – 11.01.15

Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team Report 8 – 11.01.15

This report from the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team covers the wards of Snitterfield, Wellesbourne, Kineton and Burton Dassett.

The following incidents, for the period between 04.01.15 to 11.12.15, have been reported and the team are appealing for witnesses:

Location: Date/Ref: Category: Details
Wellesbourne   Traffic A BMW being driven through Wellesbourne was seized as the driver only held a provisional driving licence. He was reported to court for licence and insurance offences.
Wellesbourne

Daniell Road

05.01.15

0274

Burglary A light sensor on the drive was covered by a hoody. The lock on the up and over garage door has been broken. It is thought that the offenders were disturbed and nothing has been taken.

 

Wellesbourne

Mordaunt Road

06.01.15

0114

Burglary Entry was gained by damaging the rear door. A television was taken and possibly other items. Exact date of incident is unknown.

 

Warmington

Church Hill

09.01.15

0302

Criminal Damage Rear windscreen of vehicle smashed but nothing was stolen.
Warmington

Grange

06.01.15

0147

Theft Approximately 2000 ltrs of domestic heating oil stolen. Noises were heard 10.30 – 11.30 and a blue/white tanker style vehicle was seen in the area during the morning.

 

Kineton

Hanbury Close

08.01.15

0072

Criminal Damage Side facing window was damaged. A youth, with a hood, was seen running from the area by a neighbour. There has also been a report of stones being thrown at the windows of this property.

 

Lighthorn

Farm property

08.01.15 Burglary A Siemens 5.5 kw air blower was removed from an unsecured outbuilding. A gate has been forced on an entrance to the farm on the Fosse Way. A battery has also been stolen.

 

If you have any information relating to the incidents with reference numbers, then please contact the Stratford Police Station using the non-emergency number 101 or email the team: wellesbourne.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

If you have any concerns, questions or suggestions for the Wellesbourne Safer Neighbourhood Team please call this number: 01789 444600, or by email to: wellesbourne.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

You are welcome to distribute this information.

 

C7678 Barry Saunders

Police Support Volunteer

Stratford Police Station

Warwickshire Police

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