In The Community

Clifton Fete 15.09.18 David, Edward and a visitor!!



GEC Fun day 3GEC Fun Day Hillmorton Road 30.06.18

Church Lawford Village Fete 26.06.18





Bike Marking

Rugby Railway Station
Out in the Community

Rugby Spring Fayre

Whitehall Rec. May 2018 . 
Selling our goods and talking to people explaining what we are about.

Rugby Spring Fayre
Rugby Spring Fayre
Rugby spring Fayre

Who can join?

Anyone can join a Neighbourhood Watch scheme and everyone can play a part in it achievements.  Any community or neighbourhood however large or small can set up a scheme.  It could involve just a few houses in a street, the residents in a square or a whole housing development.  Schemes aim to meet the needs of the members and their neighbourhood.  They are run by the members and belong to the members – so the members make a difference in improving the quality of life.

 

Neighbourhood Watch means working together.  

Neighbourhood Watch means no one is alone, your neighbours will look out for you, your family, your home, your street, and you will do the same for them.  Schemes help the community to look out for people in the neighbourhood who are more vulnerable – children and young people, the elderly and the frail and people who have been victims of burglary.  All can benefit from having an extra eye kept on them.

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