This message is dated Friday 4th October 2019 - Windsor
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This message is dated Friday 4th October 2019 for Windsor.
Sorry no message on Wednesday, I have been busy preparing for the Food Academy, which starts next week. We have 12 young students, coming in for 3 hours each week, to work with us and all the youth agencies in the Borough for a very intensive cooking course. The aim is to pressure them and teach them how to be members of a team, to work with other people to produce something and step in to help someone, if they are experiencing problems - without being asked to do so. They will have to cook a 4 course haute cuisine Banquet for 80 VIP guests, by the end of November, so really strict discipline, listening to instructions and then carrying them out, is essential. A lot of this is new to them and it does take them a week or so, to understand, why obeying instructions, can be to their advantage.
I also attended the ‘Fashion Academy’ last night - same concept, but aimed at young people, who have no interest in cooking. They are preparing and re-purposing clothes, for a catwalk show, at the Food Academy Banquet. I am Liaising with both the Windsor Girls School and the Windsor College, who both run A level Fashion courses, for their students to be part of the catwalk show.
It is amazing to see the students on their first night, apprehensive and unsure, and then on the final night, when they proudly walk on their own, through, a room filled with 80 cheering and clapping, well fed and entertained guests, to collect their certificates.
3/10 Wednesday noon / 3 p.m. Hatch Lane. Garage break. Motorbike stolen and dragged to the road. A blue, Suzuki SV 650 index W 1** WFB, motorbike.
2/10 - 3/10 Wednesday 5 p.m. / Thursday 7.30 a.m. Hotel car park, Kings Road. Car rear windscreen smashed - LAPTOP stolen.
3/10 Thursday 6.15 p.m. / 9.25 p.m. Barry Avenue X 2. 1 Car rear driver’s side window smashed - LAPTOP, APPLE AIRPODS, KEYBOARD, HEADSET AND WALLET STOLEN. 2. Car rear driver’s side window smashed - LAPTOP stolen from the boot.
ETON & ETON WICK:
1/10 Tuesday 2.20 p.m. / 6.10 p.m. South Meadow Lane X 2. 1. Car passenger window smashed and 4 packets of cigarettes stolen. 2. Offender has cut through the soft top. Two bottles of wine stolen from the boot under the parcel shelf.
2/10 Wednesday 9.25 p.m. Athletic Centre Car Park, Pococks Lane. Car broken into. Louis Vuitton handbag and contents stolen.
firstname.lastname@example.org CLEWER, DEDWORTH & OAKLEY GREEN:
3/10 Wednesday 6 p.m. Chestnut Drive. Burglary. The owner returned to find the house had been broken into and an untidy search had taken place. Access had been via a first floor bedroom balcony window, which had been lifted out. Not known exactly what has been stolen, but it will include Gold jewellery, designer handbags and shoes.
3/10 Thursday midnight / 9.20 p.m. Nelson Road. Burglary. An offender went into the property via the back door and stole a mobile phone from a kitchen table. The owner, used the tracker system to let the police know where the phone was and a visit is now planned.
2/10 Wednesday 6.30 p.m. / 9 p.m. Tozer Walk. A brick thrown through the aggrieved’s car and the side panels were badly keyed.
3/10 Thursday 9.30 p.m. / 10.35 p.m. White Horse Road. Car passenger window smashed - Handbag stolen from the front seat.
CLEWER EAST & PARK:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
email@example.com DATCHET, HORTON & WRAYSBURY:
1/10 - 2/10 Tuesday 10 p.m. / Wednesday 7.10 a.m. Reservoir, Horton Road, Datchet. CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - untidy search. Two bags removed. One found discarded nearby, having been searched.
3/10 - 4/10 Thursday 6 p.m. / Friday 7 a.m. Hotel Car Park, Burfield Road X 2. 1. Car rear windscreen smashed - 2 bed throws stolen. 2. Van break and tools stolen.
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