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NottsWatch Spring Newsletter

Alert message sent 20/05/2019 16:16:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire


Dear Citizen,

Good Afternoon, and Welcome to NottsWatch's Spring Newsletter.


Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch, represented at Police Force Association level by www.NottsWatch.co.uk have been working hard to assist Neighbourhood Watch Associations, Coordinators and members in their vital work to help keep us all safe. Alongside our redesigned website we have begun work on collecting positive stories from the people of Nottinghamshire to build a better picture of the neighbourliness that goes on every day in our county - more on that later.

At a glance

This edition includes:
  • Area spotlight: Sneinton and Newark
  • Grassroots practical safety advice
  • Sherwood Library development plans
  • Mini Police Campaign
  • Details on the Common Ground conference in July
  • Tech and tea time project
 
Please click here or on the attached file below to download the newsletter.

Then what?

If any of the stories found in our newsletter have sparked your memory of an instance of a citizen being more helpful or generous than you'd expect, or even of an everyday occurrence that you'd like to bring attention to, please send us details through our website at the "Submit your Story" section of our blog:

www.nottswatch.co.uk/blog

Please also feel free to share this newsletter using the Share button below and relevant stories among those who might find it interesting and valuable.

All the very best,

Jozef Doyle

NottsWatch Newsletter Editor
 
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