The Neighbourhood Watch AGM will be at 10am on Saturday, 28 October 23 at the Country Club, Prospect Vale. At 11am our Annual Awards Ceremony will follow with prize giving to the 14 winners from our Calendar Drawing Competition.
Send your RSVPs now to email@example.com. Just be there!
This is a really big deal for Neighbourhood Watch. The most important thing you can do is register. It is easy and you are doing NHW business. Then get as many other people as you can get to register. Here’s a link to the website: www.secureyourhomeday.com.au.
Sorell Neighbourhood Watch is hosting a Say Hello Day at the Sorell Community Market.
The venue is 47 Cole Street, on Sunday, 10 September 23.
For people from Sorell, attendance is mandatory. If you are not from that area, take a drive to see the new Sorell, and say hello at the market?
Neighbourhood Watch is back in Tullah! Coordinator Meygan Barstow has recently taken delivery of their new street signs to be erected in their area.
Meygan is organising a Get Online Week event at the Tullah Lodge on Wednesday, 18 October 23. There is no cost and morning tea is provided. Contact Meygan at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information.
The Winners prizes will be awarded after our AGM on 28 October 23 and our 2024 Calendar will be launched at the same time. An event not to be missed. All members are urged to come and support our younger neighbours who have provided the artwork for our Calendar.
Congratulations to our New Norfolk team who have recently been featured in an article in the New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News for receiving the Derwent Valley Community Achiever Award.
The Team received their award at the local Banjos! “Great food, made fresh every day.”
Neighbourhood Watch does stuff to promote good community relations. Having a pleasant cuppa with local cops delivers this objective every time. Please take pride in organising and attending these events because it is important stuff that always makes a difference.
Get Online Week (GOLW) runs from 16 – 22 October 23. Every year we host events for older community members for fun and information about doing stuff safely online. Our Key Dates has the list of GOLW events – look for one near you to attend and support your local coordinator.
Wondering if it’s worth contacting Crime Stoppers with information on crime and suspicious activity? The answer is YES.
Wondering if it’s worth contacting Crime Stoppers with information on crime and suspicious activity? The answer is YES. For the first half of 2023 most tips that Crime Stoppers Tasmania has passed to Tasmania Police have been about illicit drugs, followed by traffic, wanted persons, theft and firearms. But the community also send through information about many other crimes too. It’s quick and easy to give information on the website - which can be done anonymously.
When you contact Crime Stoppers, they’ll never know it was you. And always tick Neighbourhood Watch when asked; What prompted you to make this tip? www.crimestopperstas.com.au.
14 September RUOK Day 23-24 September National ‘Secure Your Home Day’
4 October International Coffee with a Cop Day
4 October CWAC at New Town Plaza at 11 am
4 October CWAC at Shadows Cafe, Gilbert Street, Latrobe
10 October ‘Hello’ Day at Sorell
11 October CWAC at Liv Eat, Glebe Hill Village (TBC)
16 – 22 October Get Online Week
28 October AGM and Awards Ceremony, Country Club, Launceston
6-12 November Neighbourhood Watch/Bunnings Crime Prevention Week.
Join NHWT online – it’s free!
Yours in Neighbourhood Watch
Peter Edwards, President
Good Neighbours Create Safer Communities
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