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Thought of the day!

Do you take part in the silly Facebook surveys – how many tattoos, have you ridden a horse, how many children do you have etc?? Throw away fun that seems quite innocent…. but…. If I know your name and address

June news updates

IT’S TONIGHT !! – THE QUARTERLY MEETING OF NHW CO-ORDINATORS. Don’t forget – new venue – St Augustine’s Church Hall, Farebrother St Grimsby at 7pm. MORE NEWS – More Skip it events planned – but help is needed from community

Volunteers national network event – 6th June

I will be manning a neighbourhood watch stall at this event on Thursday 6th June, along with many other volunteer organisations as part of the above event. The venue location will be near the Barge pub, on the Riverhead, Grimsby,

BIG LOCAL , 82, GRIMSBY ROAD, CLEETHORPES

We are hoping to become good partners with the newly refurbished premises at 82, Grimsby Road, Cleethorpes,  and with service users of the Big Local, which assists people within the North Cleethorpes post code approved areas. It does not cover

N.E. LINCS ROGUE TRADERS ALERT !

North East Lincolnshire Trading Standards team have today issued their latest alerts on more rogue traders offering doorknocking house services such as roof repairs, cheap asphalting of drives, gutter repairs, and other usual scam types of work for cash. These

Quarterly meeting date and venue reminder

The next quarterly Co-Ordinators’ meeting has a new regular venue – we will meet at St. Augustine’s Church Hall, Farebrother Street, Grimsby, on 13th June at 7 pm. There are 2 gate entrances, both of which lead to the hall

Our Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator Glyn’s eNewsletter Article

The full eNewsletter for April can be read here

April’s eNewsletter

The Neighbourhood Watch eNewsletter has been added to the site here.

Upsurge of burglaries in the Cleethorpes and Humberston areas.

Recent police reports show that there is a marked increase in burglaries in the above 2 areas , and I have been asked to update the officers concerned with current NHW groups in place. There is evidence, however, that areas

Are your home contents valuable items marked, photo’d and registered anywhere?

It’s terrible to come home to a burgled house, but even more so to think that family valuables cannot be traced back to your ownership, if found in the future. What makes it harder for a potential burglar to “fence”