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Alert message sent 18/03/2022 12:57:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch

As we were limited to 100 participants on Zoom, I could only invite Co-ordinators and Deputies to attend my virtual Neighbourhood Watch meeting on 10 March.   I am now able to forward the link to the recording so that all Co-ordinators and Deputies can watch/listen to the meeting and this can be forwarded to members of your scheme.  I am also sending this to residents who receive the Alerts direct.

This is the link to the recording:!AnvGGsyUxBRnkm0ELCDx1mPVTQwU?e=3gQLG6

As you will hear on the recording, I am involved with various local organisations connected with Neighbourhood Watch and I am also an Administrator on the TVP/NHW database and a Committee Member/Area Representative covering West Berkshire on the Thames Valley Neighbourhood Watch Association.  I appreciate your support and will continue in these roles helping you wherever I can.

If you need any advice or replacement signs etc in the future, I can be contacted via my e-mail: or by phoning 01635 40866 / 07774962641.  

Please contact me if you do not have a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in your road and I can send you some information on how to set one up.

I am also attaching the PowerPoint presentation on “Violence against Women and Girls”.

If you wish to contact your NPT with any non-urgent information such as suspicious activity/intelligence, please email your local area which I have detailed below but always dial 999 or 101 if a crime is occurring at the time.

Newbury Neighbourhood Policing Team (;

Thatcham Neighbourhood Policing Team (

Pangbourne and Burghfield NPT (;

Hungerford and Downlands NPT (;

Bike Register information:

As so many bicycles are being stolen, can you please register your bikes on as if your bike gets lost or stolen and is found, the Police check this website and can then trace it back to you plus if a resident finds one, they can also check on this website.  Also bikes and other items can be registered on There is no charge on either website.

It is important for all bike owners to register their bikes, as besides helping to get your bike back if stolen and found abandoned, it also helps with finding out your identity if you are involved in an accident on your bike.

Best wishes

Angela Money BEM
Neighbourhood Watch

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Angela Money (NWN, Multi Scheme Administrator, Thames Valley, West Berkshire LPA)
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