Swans WI. January meeting report, 90th Birthday report plus November walk & 1st February meeting details
Local Government, Parish Newsletters etc here
200 Club - December Winners
Valley Art; details here
St Andrew's Church - and a "Thank You" from the Parochial Church Council
An Extract from Secretary's Report
Changes to Neighbourhood Policing Teams
As from April 1st 2009 there will be a significant change to Neighbourhood Policing Teams in our area.
In order to run alongside the new Wiltshire Unitary authority boundaries, the following changes will be made.
The villages of Teffont, Dinton, Barford St Martin,Compton Chamberlayne, Baverstock and South Newton will be incorporated into the existing Chalke Valley NPT which will become the Wilton Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team with
PC Pete Jung and PCSO Sam Spacey as your local officers.
The villages of Wylye, Deptford, Fisherton de la Mere, the Langfords, Druids, Berwick St James, Stapleford, Stoford, Winterbourne Stoke and Great Wishford will be included into the existing Amesbury Rural NPT. The Amesbury Rural Community Beat Manager is PC Amanda Warren and PCSO Shona Maycock.
Both PC Wyeth and PCSO Todd will be joining the Amesbury NPT and will be based at Amesbury and not Wilton Police Station
Please continue to use the email@example.com until the new email addresses are set up.
Thefts from farms, Dinton 8th Mar &19th Feb
Theft from vehicle, Dinton 8th Mar
Criminal Damage,Dinton 1st Mar
Assault, Langford 25th Mar
Theft, Barford St Martin 8th Mar
Drive off without paying, Barford St Martin 23rd Feb
Hare Coursing Stoford 23rd Feb
(Note-5 arrested in Amesbury for hare coursing on 28th Feb )
A further NHW meeting was held at Wylye on March 13th to expand NHW to all the village.
Further meetings booked for
At Dinton Village Hall on Monday 11th May at 1930 hrs
At Berwick St James Reading Room on Friday 3rd April at 1800 hrs for Winterbourne Stoke and Berwick St James residents.
To contact the Wylye & Nadder Valley Policing Team
MEET YOUR TEAM
Community Beat Manager
The aim of Neighbourhood Policing is to have a dedicated policing team in your local community. We are here to work with you to tackle local concerns raised by you. We will work with residents and local agencies to improve your quality of life.
Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for Apr 09