- 13.02.18 : GP to address the High Wycombe Macular Society at High Wycombe Library, 2nd Floor, Room 1, 2.00pm.
- 11.04.18 : GP to address Parkinsons UK members at Amersham Free Church, 2.00pm.
Several new Neighbourhood Watch schemes have started in High Wycombe since January 2017;
Sussex Close, High Wycombe,
Imam Ali Center, Chiltern Avenue, High Wycombe,
Trinity Court, Wethered Road, Marlow,
London Road (part), High Wycombe,
Stuart Road, High Wycombe,
Aveling Road, High Wycombe,
Blyton House, Bourne End,
New Road (part), High Wycombe,
Grange Drive, High Wycombe,
New Road & Lower Ridge, Bourne End,
Wellesbourne House, Kingshill Grange Estate, High Wycombe,
Meadow Close, Marlow,
Wycombe Road, Marlow,
Old Kiln Road, Flackwell Heath,
Piddington Lane, Wheeler End,
Romero Court, Olympic Way, High Wycombe,
Woodcock Avenue, Walters Ash,
Queen Street, High Wycombe,
Kingswood Park, High Wycombe,
Melrose Court, Coningsby Road, High Wycombe,
Frank Lunnon Close, Bourne End.
A general Neighbourhood Watch meeting was held on 25th October at Godstowe School. Our speakers were Rebecca Reid, ‘Prevent’ Education Officer, WDC, on educating against radicalisation and violent extremism, Geoff Pegg of WDNHWA on cons and scams, and Neil Priddy, A-Plan Insurance, on the benefits for members with their motor and household insurance. Many thanks to everyone who attended.
We held our AGM on Monday, 3rd April, with C.I. Graham Hadley, the Deputy Commander of the Wycombe Local Police Area, and Chris Holden of Trading Standards. Many thanks to everyone who attended, minutes of the meeting are available here
WDNHWA has a table display of useful crime prevention leaflets outside one of the main mosques in High Wycombe (Jubilee Road, Castlefield, & Totteridge Road) by rotation, overlapping the time of Friday prayers – weather permitting during the summer, spring, and autumn.
WDNHWA is delighted to announce that a new NHW scheme has been started for the 4000 students of Bucks New University who live in the town. Despite the relative safety of our district for students, they are often targeted by thieves and it is hoped that this scheme will help keep them as safe as possible. This is by far the largest NHW scheme in Wycombe, and it is run by the Volunteers Department of the Students’ Union, who aim to extend it to those elsewhere in the district very soon.
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