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The number of posts on the News and Events Page has been reduced. To see all posts in a particular topic, eg. all the Neighbourhood Watch notices, select “Neighbourhood Watch” in the Category box on the Right Hand Side of the page. To see all Posts, select “News” in the Category Box, there may be more than one page of News.

GREEN MAN UPDATE.

Welcome to our e mail update. I aim to keep you informed of what’s going on but equally want to provide you with an opportunity to give feedback.

PUB OF THE YEAR PRESENTATION TONIGHT SEE ATTACHMENT

Thursday 27th November 2014

Food specials;

Thursday PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO FOOD TONIGHT RUTH IS NOT WELL.

Presentation will go ahead as planned.

Friday Friday Special- Cottage Pie Chips Peas and Gravy

Saturday Curry Club-Pork Vindaloo or Chicken Tikka

Sunday Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding.

Guest Ale’s; BG Sips, Tribute Southwold Bitter.

On Soon Harvest Pale, Broadside.,

Forthcoming Events; Sunday 30th November to Saturday 6th December 2014

Sunday- Nathan Bragg playing live in the Bar 5 to 7pm. See Attachment

Monday- Dominoes ‘A Team’ Home ‘B Team’ Away Red Lion A.

Tuesday- Crib Team Away Duke of York.

Wednesday Men’s Darts Home.

Thursday- ‘Ladies Darts’ Fours round 1.

Friday- Friday Special is- Sweet and Sour Pork Boiled Rice

Saturday- Curry Club. Tequila Rose playing Live see attached poster.

Don’t forget there are more details on our web page:- www.greenmanmilwich.com

As always Ruth and I look forward to welcoming you.

Green Man Festival 17th 18th 19th July 2015

PUB OF THE YEAR 2014.docx

MUSIC NIGHT POSTER 2013.docx

Important message to all OWL recipients.

 

Dear Watch Member,

As some of you are aware, recently the support for Neighbourhood Watch and Business Watch in some areas of the County has not been to the standard that we aspire to. This situation arose when 3 of the 6 Community Engagement Officers left in April and, due to ongoing reviews within Force, we were not able to replace them at the time.

In an attempt to improve the support to these areas, as a temporary measure we have re-arranged the allocations of districts to the remaining staff, as follows:

Rob Nunn – Lichfield District, East Staffs District and Cannock District. (robert.nunn@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk)

Ash Connor – Stafford District and Stoke. (patrick.connor@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk)

 

Don Palmer – Tamworth District and South Staffs District. (donald.palmer@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk)

This will ensure that registration requests from new members are dealt with. Other enquiries and contact from existing members should be forwarded as above. We will endeavour to provide OWL alerts to these areas regarding significant incidents in a regular and timely manner, although realistically this is not likely to be as thorough as we would like. Our geographical knowledge of other areas is limited, so please accept our apologies if you receive OWL messages which are not relevant to your area. May I take this opportunity to thank you for your patience.

The results of the review are available on the PCC’s website :

www.staffordshire-pcc.gov.uk

If you would like to comment on the findings, or on the above message, please contact one of us and we will forward your views to the appropriate person.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: robert.nunn@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Rob Nunn
Watch Liaison Officer
Rural Watch
Email: robert.nunn@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01785 235616

Review of Neighbourhood Watch by the PCC

Dear Watch Member,

I have been asked to circulate the following message and summary of the report on Neighbourhood/Business Watch commissioned by the PCC, Matthew Ellis.

In August of this year and focussing on the development and introduction of exceptionally forward thinking plans for NHW, I commissioned a review of current processes. From the link here you’ll be able to read a detailed summary of the findings, which are also held on my my website, http://www.staffordshire-pcc.gov.uk

The ‘next steps’ of our ambitious journey are detailed within the document and I’d value your ongoing support to ensure we collectively can deliver on our joint aspirations for the people and businesses of Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent.

Many thanks.

Matthew Ellis

Police and Crime Commissioner

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Documents accompanying this message are linked below. Click to download and open a file which use the popular PDF format. If you experience problems downloading or viewing a file please visit this help page on the OWL website.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: robert.nunn@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Rob Nunn
Watch Liaison Officer
Rural Watch
Email: robert.nunn@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01785 235616

International Justice Week Survey.

Dear Watch Member,

“International Justice Week” 16th-23rd November 2014 – Restorative Justice

OWL Members Survey

Last week was designated International Justice Week.

As part of this, Staffordshire Police ran a campaign to improve awareness of Restorative Justice.

OWL members have been asked to help measure the impact of this campaign.

We would like to ask a few very short questions to test how effective the campaign has been, it should only take seconds of your time.

We would like to ask a few very short questions to test how effective the campaign has been, it should only take seconds of your time.

Please click the below link to answer our questions.

OWL Members Survey Link -

https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=141700128573

Thank you very much as always for your very valuable help.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: patrick.connor@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk

Regards,
Ash Connor
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: patrick.connor@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
Tel: 01785 234129

Milwich Pre-School

Tel: 07974 719522

After a busy half term looking at People Who Help Us we ended the term making fn decorations for an end of term Halloween Disco for the children who come to Lollipops Wrap Around Club and pupils of Green Lea First School.  We had lots of spooky pirates and Vikings as the children had dressed up for their school projects.  Everyone enjoyed a tea of pizza and hot dogs.  There was lots of dancing and some girls versus boys dance offs, ending with a staff dance!!  I think the staff won!!

Pre-school have been looking at Bonfire Night, having lots of fun with craft activities, making rockets and Catherine wheels.

From next week until the end of term we will be concentrating on Christmas and having lots of fun.

Please note that pre-school is now open an extra day every week, on Wednesday’s.

Can we take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year from everyone at pre-school and Lollipops.

Pre-School sessions run on a Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

from 9.00am to 1.30/3.00pm for children aged 2-4 years old.

Funding available for children aged 2, 3 and 4 years.

Please feel free to come along during any of our sessions for a look around.

Contact Deryn O’Neill on 07429 682296 (out of hours) or the above number

Lollipops Wrap Around Club

Before school Breakfast Club runs from 7.30 to 8.45

After school club runs from 3.15 to 5.45 offering a light tea.

Please contact Deryn O’Neill on 07974 719522 for times and prices.

Sunday December 21st at 4.00pm

Please join us for a real Christmas Party

An hour of fun as we celebrate together.

You are guaranteed a Christmas Presence.

 

Christmas Eve by Candlelight at 11.30pm

The most popular service of the year

Midnight Communion.

Led by Reverend Philip Daniel

 

A very happy and blessed Christmas to you all

Crime Prevention Advice.

Dear Watch Member,

Please see below advice sheet in run up to Chrstmas.

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