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This message is dated Friday 19th July 2019 - Ascot

Alert message sent 19/07/2019 12:07:00

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This message is dated Tuesday 16th July 2019 for Ascot.
The Maidenhead Voluntary Car Service - MVCS (Charity number 281385) - is a small vital charity.  They drive clients to doctor's surgeries, dentists hospital, podiatry and eye appointments.  Their clients, are usually elderly and infirm. They wait for clients at the appointment and then drive them home. A small charge per mile, is invoiced to the client, each month.
They are looking for and would really appreciate, extra drivers and office help As a volunteer, the time you give, would be whatever fits in with your family and lifestyle.

Office hours are 9.30 to 11.30am Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Theirs is a small group, providing a really brilliant and appreciated service. 
They ask for your help at times that suit you.  If you want to find out more about how you can help people in need and make a huge difference to their lives - please contact THE Chair - Maggie Kearney, on 07757 228266 or

NEXT:  The car park Scam in a supermarket Car park in Sunningdale.  I have been asked to circulate this by our Smarter Resolution Team.  The police will be putting up warning signs and organising additional patrols:
Hi Jeff,
We have had a Team of criminals targeting the above location over the past 18 months.
Offenders normally work in pairs, they identify their victims (normally elderly females / males) and follow them around the store. They will then ‘shoulder surf’ them, when they pay for their shopping, to obtain their pin number.  They then follow them to their car. One of them will distract the Victim, as they are loading their shopping and the other will dip their purse / wallet. Their cards are normally used within the hour. Suspect are mostly men, well dressed and very confident, in their tactics.
This is a common theme and that car park, is by far their preferred target.
Although offences have slow down over recent months, they have started up again and we had one earlier this afternoon.
PC Dan Brown
Smarter Resolution Team

NEXT:  The Microsoft / Windows /BT scam is alive and well !  Some people are receiving 3 or 4 calls a day !  We have an aggrieved in Ray Mill Road West.  The result of this case - the aggrieved sent £700 to Columbia !!!
18/7  Thursday 1 a.m.  Supermarket, London Road.  CCTV shows four men forcing the locked sliding doors.  They have a black bin with them and make for the cigarettes, others forced doors and went upstairs.  Nothing appears to have been stolen.
18/7  Thursday 12 noon / 12.30 p.m. Supermarket Car Park, London Road.  The aggrieved was loading her shopping and had placed her handbag in the boot, when she was approached in the car park, by a man with what sounded like a Spanish accent.  He distracted her while an accomplice removed her purse and bank cards - there was an unauthorised use of her cards and £480 was withdrawn.


17/7  Wednesday 8.25 p.m.  Lyndhurst Buildings, Lyndhurst Road.  Window smashed and offender ran off.

The 101 number is still functioning properly, but I am afraid it may be slow to answer at the moment - if you are experiencing delays, you can always make contact with us using the online reporting system:
Eyes and Ears..........and Brain.

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Over the last few months, NHW in Windsor, Ascot and Sunningdale, has seen a resurgence in interest and activity.  New schemes have been set up with over 100 new members joining.  We welcome the residents of Cedar Drive, Heather Close, Shrubbs Hill Lane, Dale Lodge Road, Woodend Drive, St Mary’s Hill, Clarence Road, York Road, York Avenue, Bexley Street, Russel Street, Green Lane, Springfield Close, who have joined the Association and are helping make a difference to the community, as a safer place to live. 
Go to
and enter your postcode, to find your nearest scheme and join.  Or start one yourself in your street. If one is in existence, but not mapped, it will not show.
If that is the case, please log in and map your area, or contact the Scheme Administrator for Windsor, Colin Meads.
Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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