Neighbourhood Watch is there for us all to help each other to keep our community safe.
Perhaps you may feel you want to let our local police know something you have seen or heard about. You can be a good neighbour by passing the details on to:
|HELEN BARTON||Lowerfield House, Froud’s Close||751 831|
|HILARY BOARDMAN||The Old Post Office, High Street||751 230|
|MARK BRADFIELD||Veor Farmhouse, Veor Farm||751 727|
|PETER COOK||The Lesters, High Street||751 078|
|DONALD COOMBER||5 Orchard Furlong||751 405|
|JAN OSBORNE||The Old Thatch, High Street||751 270|
|NIGEL SIMS||751 230|
|MICHAEL TAYLOR||Belfield Paddock, Dog Lane||751 646|
|STEPHEN WICKINS||Chapel Cottage||751 830|
|MICHAEL WASHINGTON||25 Chapel Way||751 757|
|BRYAN WINSLEY||Paddock’s End, West Street||751 280|
And don’t forget, in addition, you can also pass on information totally confidentially by phoning CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111.
Thames Valley Police provide a Community Messaging service for the public. Read more about it and sign up by clicking . Once signed up you will receive regular bulletins regarding local scams or incidents.
Here is a link to the Thames Valley Policy monthly neighbourhood watch bulletins: