NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH 2021 CRIME AND COMMUNITY SURVEY LAUNCHED

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH 2021 CRIME AND COMMUNITY SURVEY LAUNCHED

For the second year running, we want to hear your thoughts about crime, community, and how effective Neighbourhood Watch is.

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CL72YGJ

The survey, launched on Wednesday 20th October 2021, is open to the public across England and Wales, regardless of whether they live in a Neighbourhood Watch area or not.

The results will enable us to better understand on a national and regional level crime, fear of crime and benchmark whether membership to a Neighbourhood Watch scheme, or living in a Neighbourhood Watch area, has an impact on levels of crime, concern about crime, neighbourliness, and the willingness of communities to work together.

Last year our survey received just over 30,000 responses from across England and Wales providing us with a rich and useful set of data. This year we will be able to compare our data to last year’s results.

Please share this survey via email and social across all the various communities which you belong to whether they be a Neighbourhood Watch community or other such as sport, religious or work community. This will help us receive a good balance of responses from Neighbourhood Watch members and non-members which will enable us to compare experiences between these two groups. To help you reach others we have attached a poster which you can print and display locally or share digitally. Alternatively, reshare our social posts (Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / LinkedIn) to your channels.

A good response in all regions will ensure we can publish a national report and provide individual regions with their own reports.

All data will be anonymised and aggregated and will be used by Neighbourhood Watch to ensure our work is effective, inclusive, and representative.

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CL72YGJ

The survey closes on the 16th of November. Thank you for your support.

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NETWORK, Central Support Team
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Neighbourhood Watch Network is a charity registered in England & Wales, CIO no: 1173349

 

Public Access Defribulators for Drigg & Carleton Parish

Public Access Defribrillators

The Public Access Defribillators (PAD) are located outside Drigg Village Hall, at Saltcoats Caravan Park and at Holmrook Services Station.

In case of an emergency requiring a defribillator, the procedure is: Call 999, ask for an Ambulance, the NWAS operator will give you an access code which will allow you, or someone giving help, to open the cabinet andcollect the defribillator. Once the defribrillator is switched on it gives verbal instructions and will only activate if the casualty has cardiac arrest​.

WEST LAKES U3A  TALK  WEDNESDAY 1st DECEMBER History – Drigg Village Hall

WEST LAKES U3A  TALK  WEDNESDAY 1st DECEMBER History

Venue: – Drigg Village Hall
10.30 for a sherry and mince pie, start at 11am.

Members £1.5o Visitors £2

A U3A member- MARILYN MARSHALL a researcher for THE DEVIL PORRIDGE MUSEUM Peoples history project will give a presentation about the amazing life of Alice Sherwen of Boonwood ,Gosforth who worked at the Gretna ammunition factory and later travelled the world.   Also Nora Morphet who was awarded a MBE for her work there as well as Thomas Nasmyth.

Drigg & Carleton Bonfire Night Friday 5th November starts 6:30pm

DRIGG and CARLETON
FIREWORK COMMITTEE

THE FIELD BEHIND
THE VICTORIA HOTEL,
DRIGG
Friday 5th NOVEMBER
BONFIRE 6.30 pm FIREWORKS 7.00 pm
NO SPARKLERS PLEASE
(OUR INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER THESE)
Gordon and Belinda at The Victoria Hotel kindly ask you to follow these COVID rules when entering: –
• Keep your masks on when entering and until seated
• Use the hand sanitizer
• Obey the one-way system
• Follow the 1+ meter rule

Thank you

 

Fireworks poster 2021

West Lakes U3A & Wasdale Local History Group presents “MY LIFE, FARMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY” 03/11/21

Wasdale Local History Group and U3A will jointly host a presentation by AMY BATEMAN (wild life photographer of the year winner) entitled

“MY LIFE, FARMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY”

It will include photos of WASDALE SHEEP GATHERING 2020—not to be missed!–hope to see you there.

Wednesday 3rd. NOVEMBER at 10.30am at Drigg Village Hall Notices 10.45am followed by the talk

Refreshments from 10.15 am
Members £1.50 Visitors £2.00