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This message is dated Monday 22nd July 2019 - Windsor

Alert message sent 22/07/2019 16:13:00

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This message is dated Monday 22nd July 2019 for Windsor.
I have received this request from Diane Purchase - the Chair of the Windsor Lions - with whom we work closely:
Windsor Lions Tacking up for Annual Horse Ride event
Windsor Lions, the leading local Community Services organisation, are in full preparation mode for their biggest annual fund raiser - the Cross-Country Horse Ride, in beautiful Windsor Great Park.
Following on from their best ever event last September, where almost £50,000 was raised for Charities including Riding for the Disabled, the Lions are hoping to have a full complement of riders again this year.
With almost 700 riders already entered for the ride, Event Controller Mark Fraser says - ‘If riders continue to sign up at the current rate we expect to close the entries at the end of July - so we urge any last minute entries to sign up quickly.  We are especially excited about the changes in the ride this year, as we have a new course, which is wholly in the spectacular Deer Park within Windsor Great Park and as always, we are extremely grateful to the park authorities, for the use of their wonderful facilities.  This will enhance the special qualities that the park has to offer the riders.'
The ride is on Saturday and Sunday 7th and 8th September and for more information, including entries, go to
19/7  Friday 4.30 p.m.  Thames Street.  Three lads aged about 14,  just snatched a tips jar from a restaurant and ran off.
21/7  Sunday 11.30 a.m. / 1.30 p.m.  Vansittart Estate.  CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - boot searched and car ransacked.  Holdall sand contents stolen.  The owner returned to find a spare key in the ignition - but fortunately it did not work.
20/7  Saturday 4.30 p.m. / 6.40 p.m.  Bachelors Acre, Bike locked in a bike rack stolen.  A brand new, grey, Boardman, hybrid bike.
20/7  Saturday 4 p.m. / 9 p.m.  Car Park, River Street.  Locked up bike stolen.  A black Allez racing bike - WITH FRAME NUMBER !
20/7 - 21/7  Saturday 2 p.m. / Sunday 2.20 a.m.  Locked up bike stolen.  A black & blue, Specialized Sirrus, hybrid bike.


22/7  Monday 0.50 a.m.  The aggrieved was awoken by a noise and looked out to see two men sitting in their car.  The realised they had been seen and immediately made off.  Nothing stolen.
19/7  Friday midnight / 9.45 p.m.  Park Corner.  A PC was out of routine patrol, when they came across a silver Audi, driving in a reckless manner,  The car driver realised it was being followed by a police car and made off at speed.  It made along Smith’s Lane and disappeared into Dedworth.  The officer asked for an Area search to locate the car and driver.  The police then received several calls from members of the public - we are really grateful - to say that car had just driven into Park Corner and parked in a furtive manner on a neighbours drive.  They knew the car did not belong to the neighbour.  A man and a woman then got out ran into the garden and then fence hopped several gardens into Perrycroft.  The police attended and put on a tighter search.  Later the police received another call from a member of the public in Keeler Close, to say, they had just been approached by a man out of bushes nearby.  He was dishevelled.  He said his girlfriend was hiding in the bushes, because she had just been assaulted, did they have the number of a taxi company he could have to get home.  They gave him the number of a local Taxi firm and the man and woman then made off.  The police are making attempts to locate the two people and arrest them.
20/7  Saturday  6.35 p.m.  Link Road, Datchet.  A witness reported a group of around 10 young people egging cars as they drove past.
18/7 - 21/7  Southlea Road, Datchet.  Offenders have stolen 9 flower bags from fencing at the front of a property.  The bags had been nailed to the fence.
20/7 - 21/7  Saturday 9 p.m. / Sunday 10.30 a.m.  Stevenson’s drive.  Black BMW X5 index FL ** USK  Stolen from the road. 
We are currently experiencing high calls for service on 101. 
Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.
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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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