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Community Safety across Wiltshire NHW Support and Training

Alert message sent 09/04/2018 13:36:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire and Swindon NHW


Notice to

All NHW Scheme Coordinators and Deputies
and All those interested in Community Safety across Wiltshire

Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Association
will be holding Training & Support Seminars
Starting in 2018

We wish to accommodate you whether you are working or retired so will be trying to arrange these seminars around the County where ever a community group, such as a Community Safety Groups or Partnerships and Neighbourhood Tasking Groups, can arrange a venue, projector and screen for 50 or so people and car parking arrangements. Village halls, town halls and other community facilities will work.

The idea is to use the seminar as a drop-in and drop-out centre to suit you between times agreed with the local community groups..

If you use a laptop or tablet and want support relating to your scheme it will help if you bring your device with you

The first event will be held in Melksham Town Hall (Post Code SN12 6ES) on Thursday 26th April between 4.30pm and 7.30pm.

Anyone who can get to Melksham Town Hall will be welcomed by the Melksham Community Area Partnership, Safety Group, who are kindly providing the facilities for us to use.

For those who wish to arrange a future seminar for their community in their area, please email wnhwa.chair@gmail.com with a copy to the Vice Chair on paul.sunners@btinternet.com stating your proposal with possible dates and venues.

We will endeavour to agree dates and times to suit you and our Association.

Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Association Committee

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Reg Halsall (NHWN, Communications Administrator, Wiltshire)

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