Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Neighbourhood Watch - burglary

Burglary - Nocton - Main Street

Incident 364 – 11/10/2015 refers to a house burglary on Main Street, Nocton.
Sometime over the weekend – 1900 hours - 09/10/2015 – 1900 hours - 11/10/2015 offenders have prised a window to the property.

No items was taken from the property.

If you have any information or CCTV in the area please contact our force control room on 101, quoting the above incident number.

Many Thanks
PCSO Sarah Kennedy
Sarah Kennedy (Support, PCSO NC38 Sleaford Rural North, Sleaford Station)

Monday, 12 October 2015

Marianne Overton MBE - update

Overton Update

From: CllrM Overton
Sent: 08 October 2015 02:05
To: Friends and Colleagues, <marianne.overton@biosearch.org.uk>
Subject: October newsletter

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Please find attached the updated version of my October newsletter for you.

The Local plan is the set of rules against which every application will be compared until 2036, so worth a look. It is important to comment, even if only a paragraph as the Inspector does take notice.
The plan is out for consultation now until November 25th. We have short, simple workshops on the local plan to help you respond and make sure local voices are clearly heard; Hope you can make it!

Thursday 8th October 7-8pm Branston Pavillion
Monday 27th The Tempest, Coleby 7-8pm
Wednesday 28th Navenby Methodist Chapel in Navenby High St 7pm

Kind Regards,

Councillor Marianne Overton MBE
Independent Councillor for Branston and Navenby on Lincolnshire County Council
and for the Cliff Villages on North Kesteven District Council
Leader of the Lincolnshire Independents
Vice Chairman of the Local Government Association

Sunday, 11 October 2015

Neighbourhood Watch - local crime panel

Local Crime Panel - 19th October 2015

You may know that I represent our village on the local community policing panel where I share your views on local policing issues.

On Monday 19th October 2015 (at 7.00pm) the panel will sit in Nocton village hall. You are invited along to 'have your say' on how you see the future of policing in our community and raise any issues you may have regarding crime and anti-social behaviour here in Nocton. There will also be a presentation on 'the future of community policing' by Chief Inspector Mark Kirwan.

Please support the panel and attend if you can.  The police resources are being stretched further and further and unless we tell them what we expect from them for our community, the service we receive will be ever diminishing.

If you can't make the meeting and want me to raise something on your behalf, get in touch.

Graham Jones

P.S. You will no doubt know that the suspected RAVE at the old hospital site didn't come to anything. Perhaps our early warnings and information prevented what could have been a rather noisy weekend for us all. Remember, if you hear anything, either get in touch with me or ring it through to 101.

Stay safe and stay alert.

Saturday, 10 October 2015

Parish Council Meeting - Agenda

Next Meeting

The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 13th October @ 7.00pm in the Village Hall. Please find the Agenda for the meeting here.

The remaining papers for the meeting can be found on the Parish Council website.  Make sure you scroll down to the bottom of the page!