Neighbourhood Watch

The Neighbourhood Watch scheme in Hail Weston as you may know requires volunteers.  The task is not too onerous.  As a start a new member on the Parish Council, Peter Mailer,  has offered to try and help, so there is at least a point of contact.

Peter  is hoping to contact the appropriate local community police officer to meet some of us at the neighbourhood café in the Village Hall hopefully in January.   This hopefully will enable Hail Weston to perhaps understand what we should be doing to protect what is ours and improve understanding of running an effective Neighbourhood Watch scheme.

Peter has recently joined the E cops website, Cambridgeshire police and Huntingdonshire police.  By registering with eCops, you’ll receive news and appeals, local crime information and crime prevention advice – direct to you as an e-mail.   Any interested residents, can if haven’t already join here: –                                                              https://member-registration.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/108/Join

In the meantime if you see anything suspicious or interested in helping please contact petermailer@btinternet.com as well as using the normal routes to contact the police!

Suspicious activity on 101

St Neots Safer Neighbourhood Team – PCSO 7101 Richard Braddick, Richard.braddick@cambs.pnn.police.uk

Mobile 07921 094801

 

Street Lighting

Reporting Footpath Issues

With the winter weather we have noticed that some of the footpaths in the Parish have started to become rather difficult to pass. The people to report this to are CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, using their “Report a Problem” Service.

What to do:

It’s simple, easy, free and is the quickest way to report an issue to the right people.