Wiltshire NHW Association

Alert message sent 03/05/2022 18:15:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire and Swindon NHW


As always, our national body Neighbourhood Watch Network are busy keeping members in England and Wales up to date and informed. Do take a look at its website www.ourwatch.org.uk where the homepage invites NHW members to complete the Network's Insight Survey. It only takes 10 minutes and provides useful information to measure the impact of NHW. 
NHW celebrates 40 years since the first local schemes were introduced in 1982. Take a look at 'Our Journey' on www.ourwatch.org.uk
NHW Week 30th May until 5th June is approaching. I would urge scheme co-ordinators to visit their local members list and confirm current membership. If you are looking to revamp interest, do let me know and I can send out Wiltshire NHW leaflets and NHW window stickers. If you have access to a local Parish magazine or community newsletter, please consider contributing to this important means of communicating with your local community to promote awareness and encourage membership of your local scheme. Seeking inspiration, take a look at Members Stories on www.wiltshirenhw.org   
The committee of Wiltshire NHW continues to meet virtually on a monthly basis. We hope to finalise details of this years AGM shortly which we anticipate will enable an opportunity for members to meet in person. We are also considering a virtual link to the AGM. 
New metal street signs are now available. For more information go to www.wiltshirenhw.org or use contact details below.
I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of Wiltshire NHW to convey 'thanks' to all members for their support of NHW in their local area. It is both valued and appreciated.
Paul Sunners
Chair Witshire NHW Association 
wnhwa.chair@gmail.com   
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Paul Sunners (NWN, Chair and Committee Member, Wiltshire)

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