I will be holding my other PCSO surgeries as follows
SANDIWAY LIBRARY carpark CW82NS
Friday 17th September 1900-2000 hours
CUDDINGTON Norley Road play fields carpark CW82LA
Friday 24th September 1200-1300 hours
DELAMERE PARK leisure centre carpark CW82UJ
Wednesday 29th September 1900-2000 hours
Come along to discuss your community issues/concerns. Alternatively register your concern(s) on the link attached https://www.cheshire.police.
CSW volunteers and I have been out within our community to monitor
Norley Road – 6 offences captured the highest being 29 mph in the 20 mph section
Moss Lane – 4 offences captured the highest being 32 mph
High Street – no offences captured
Walnut Avenue – no offences captured
Northwich Road – no offences captured
“You said -, We Do” feedback from surveys received. This week I have addressed speeding on DELAMERE PARK. 3 offences captured the highest speed being 29 mph in the 20 mph section, MOSS LANE (see above), SANDY LANE WEAVERHAM, 2 offences captured the highest speed being 38 mph and WALNUT AVENUE – no offences captured.
Don’t forget to have your say, raise your concern http://intranet/
Reassurance visit made to Blakemere village following concerns of drug activity/disused snap bags found in Kennel Woods. Further patrols will be made.
This week I have attended Acton Bridge parish council meeting. Lovely to meet and greet all to discuss community issues/concerns.
School parking patrol has been conducted around The Russett school, Weaverham Hight school. Several advisory notices issued and motorists spoken to. Further patrols will be made around all schools and fixed penalty notices will be issued for any parking obstructions witnessed.
Cheshire Cat event – nice to see cyclists that stopped by CUDDINGTON today. Good luck to all that participated.
NORTHWICH ROAD is still closed while highways make the necessary repairs. I’m not sure when the road will be reopened but in the meantime please avoid using as a cut through for your own safety.
From Thursday 9th September 1800 hours – Friday 10th September 0900 hours damage caused to a unattended vehicle on THE CORNERS WEAVERHAM. CCTV enquires have been made. If you have any information please ring 101 quoting I ML 1061119.
Today I planned to help Weaverham Trust volunteers to litter pick around the village. Arriving at Walnut Avenue end (bus stop) at 1000 hours this morning and not a volunteer in sight. Hopefully I’ll be more successful next month.
Next week Weaver and Cuddington police new beat officer will be joining their team. I’m sure you will all make PC GRIMSHAW very welcome! Come and stay hello if you see us.
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