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A meeting not to be missed - TVNHWA

Alert message sent 26/04/2018 18:58:00

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The Thames Valley Neighbourhood Watch Association are holding their AGM on Saturday 12 May from 10.30 - 12.30 pm. The doors will open from 10.00am, when you will be able to have some refreshments and look around the various stands on display and obtain free information.

We have stands from Trading Standards, Serious Crime, Neighbourhood Watch, Locks and Bolts, and Fire and Rescue.

The venue is: The Beech Hill Memorial Hall, Wood Lane, Beech Hill, Reading RG7 2BE, and travel directions will be supplied.

Our main speaker this year will be DCI Darran Hill, Specialist Operations speaking on " Tackling Serious and Organised Crime,  leaving a legacies within our communities."
Superintendent Rebecca Mears, Local Policing will be speaking on " Changes within Thames Valley Police and where NHW sits within this change."
Sam Mortimore, Community Safety Officer West Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service, will be speaking on "Home Fire Safety Checks".

This year after our AGM and under A.O.B. we are putting aside 10 minutes for any Co-ordinator who wishes to speak about their scheme or group or needs some advice to come and speak to one of our committee who represents their Local Policing Area over by the NHW stand.

If you are unable to attend, please send your deputy or a member so that he/she can keep you informed and bring back free information.

If you would like to attend please email: with your name, scheme name, email address and whether you will be attending or not.  We will send you an agenda with further details.

Thank You
Val McPherson BEM
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Val McPherson BEM (NHWN, Chair:Thames Valley Neighbourhood Watch Association, Thames Valley )

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