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He feels that, for a variety of reasons, he can no longer fully contribute to the activities of the Club. Welfare wise, we continue to service many requests but are encountering a particular problem trying to help families in need with second hand cookers. Unfortunately new cookers are over double the price we pay. Merton School has entered our District “Rock Challenge”.
Our police will shortly be providing an important message which I will forward to all of our coordinators.We have raised over £350.00 already, which is a great start.As always, for more information please visit Basingstoke Cluster A Children’s Centres Your local Children’s Centres are based in Chineham, Popley, Oakridge and Lychpit.To access our current timetable or to register your interest in an activity, please visit our website at: Or please call us at Pebbles Children’s Centre on 01256 357028.BDNWA Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter 6th February 2015 Current policing priorities As of this week, they are Burglaries – Dwellings Vulnerable young persons Vehicle crime – Theft of/from motor vehicles Drug related issues Local BDNWA Annual Meeting. This event which will be in the Council Chambers, Deanes Building, London Road starting at on Tuesday April 21st.
They are sponsored by Safer North Hampshire and the Community Safety Teams.