100 Club Draw – May, June & July 2015

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Prize                        Ticket Number                     Prize winner

May Draw

£10                                      104                               Adam Rudnik

£10                                        62                               Stuart Young

£10                                        68                               Liz Sansum

£10                                        34                               Julie Hatherall

June Draw

£30                                        41                                Peter Withers

£10                                        44                                Charlie Goodheart

£10                                      104                                Adam Rudnik

£10                                        68                                Liz Sansum

£10                                        31                                Pam Rimmer

July Draw

£10                                        98                                 Dot Bird

£10                                        79                                 Kev & Sue Kerridge

£10                                       55                                  Ros Liddiard

£10                                        53                                 Mick Liddiard

Swindon North Neighbourhood Policing Team

Bike Marking and Crime Prevention Advice Events.

The aim of Neighbourhood Policing is to have a dedicated policing team in your local community. We are here to tackle the issues that you feel are affecting your quality of life in the area in which you live. We will work together with other agencies to deal with your concerns.

What matters most in your community?

 What affects you? Tell us your views?

 If you would like to see one of your local Neighbourhood Policing Team we will be holding  bike marking and crime prevention advice  events (saddle marking and the dog warden will also be available on Tuesday 4th August at Stanton Park) on the following day : –

  •  Monday 3rd August

      Sainsburys Car Park, Stratton 13.00 – 15.00

  •  Tuesday 4th August

Sutton Park Car Park, Blunsdon 10.00 – 11.00

Turnpike Road, Blunsdon near Kingsdown Lane 11.15 – 12.15

Stanton Park, Stanton Fitzwarren 12.30 – 15.00 SADDLE            

MARKING AND DOG WARDEN

  •  Wednesday 5th August

Inglesham near the Forge 11.00 – 12.00

Roves Farm, Sevenhampton 12.30 – 14.30

South Marston Rec Car Park 14.45 – 16.45

  •  Thursday 6th August

Castle Eaton Village Hall 10.00 – 11.00

Skinners Close, Hannington 11.30 – 12.30

Come and meet your local Police team.

 If you are unable to make any of these events please don’t hesitate to call 101 to speak to our Crime Prevention Officer who will be happy to talk to you, or to speak to your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

IN AN EMERGENCY DIAL 999, ALL NON-EMERGENCY CALLS DIAL 101

(Your calls will be recorded)

 http://www.wiltshire.police.uk

 

 

This is Wiltshire: South Marston Pupils named as junior good citizens

Copyright www.srwphotography.co.uk by Stacy WoolhouseThe following article was run in ‘This is Wiltshire’ here:

PUPILS at South Marston were named this year’s winners of the Swindon Junior Good Citizen Scheme after joining more than 2,000 kids two thousand children in the programme last month.

The multi-agency partnership scheme is designed to educate children about situations which can end up causing injuries or accidents, and encourages them to respond appropriately to emergency situations and highlights the contribution that they can make to creating safer communities by being good citizens.

Last week South Marston was handed the trophy for being the winning school, while each participating pupil received a certificate from PCSO Mandi Coles, who has been heavily involved in the programme since 2003.

It’s been really successful once again this year,” she said. “This is the most number of children we have had come along in one year, so the groups have been slightly bigger than usual. But at the end of each day, I sit down with all the children and ask them if they’ve learnt anything and every single one of them puts their hand up. They fill out a before and after questionnaire, which is really useful to find out what has been most beneficial.”

The scheme ran at the Punjabi Community Centre in Gorse Hill and has been taking place successfully for more than 25 years alongside partnership agencies including Swindon Borough Council.

During the two-week period, nearly 2,050 Year 6 pupils from 46 different primary schools took part, accompanied by teachers and helpers.

Each day, the children were put in to groups and spent around 15 minutes learning about staying safe online, healthy relationships, railway safety, K9 awareness (being safe around dogs), fire safety, personal safety, and road safety. There was also a tent for the children to take part in activities and word searches.

All the goings on of South Marston, Wiltshire

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