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Our Home Watch Co-ordinator is:
our Assistant Co-ordinators are ;
Joyce HILL, ;
Mal TURNER, .
Police Liaison, for Home Watches in this area;|
was P.C. Paul Grounds. Try 777 4464 /4465 /4466 /4467 Sergeant Eddie COWAN via 777 4446(Sergeants Office) and
Inspector VEITCH 777 4440 (overall charge)
SPEED HUMPS; "Sleeping Policemen" whatever you call them. We know that our road is use by many people to bypass the traffic lights, especially at rush-hour, especially to get to the hospital. Some neighbours believe we should have a few speed humps put in the road - even two, and the 1/3 and 2/3 would help a lot.
Christmas Presents; keep them UPSTAIRS. It is tempting to start piling your presents around the tree, on the run-up to Christmas, but we must remember that thieves are very aware of this as well. Count up how much you have spent on them; NOW will you hide them until you are home on Christmas Eve?
15th November 2001;
One morning in November a resident found a large heap of dog dropping's right at the start of his drive way. This is not the first time, so he put it in a bag and hung it up in the gate post with a message asking the person to return it to the dog. I am sure all our dog-owning neighbours know that it is an offence to allow their dogs to foul the pavement, especially on someone else's path. They would not be too happy if someone put it through their own letter box.
Razor wire? Anti-vandal paint? It is tempting to put these things on our property, but there have been cases in the media of thieves claiming against house-holders, and firemen getting injured. We are trying to get a definitive answer from the police, but in the mean-time, one thing is believed to be certain, that is; you must give warning, put up a sign, but we are not sure how big/small the sign need be. On the other hand there is nothing to stop you planting some vicious roses or berberis plants, at spots where people might get into your property.
What are you doing Monday Afternoons? From 24th Sept., Gerry Jones is tutoring an Adult-Learning Country Dancing Class , 2.00 - 4.00 behind the Fiveways, off Dunbabin Rd, in the Community Hall by the Tennis Club. Standard "Adult Learning" fees apply. Good exercise! Good company! Good fun!
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