Community Monthly Update - Haslington and Rural Villages In Crewe East
We wanted to give you a small update on our work done this month in the Haslington and Rural Villages in Crewe East Community.
In the month of December 2020, we have been able to visit our faith communities at a safe social distance and engage with their festive services.
We have also been out doing speed enforcement regularly this month, being present at key locations which have been requested by members of our community
Our latest speed enforcement session was on the 24th of December 2020, with 8 vehicles being caught speeding. Our highest speed for this session was 53MPH.
This month we have been socially distance visiting vulnerable members of our community who live alone, and talking to them through a window to ensure that they have the support that they need.
We have patrolled all of our villages this month which covers, Haslington, Winterley, Stowford, Crewe Green, Basford, Wheelock Heath, Radway Green, Englesea Brook, Barthomley, Stowford and Weston.
This month we are encouraging members of our community to check their home and outhouse security as this has been we have seen an increase in shed breaks and attempted burglary's.
On the community side of what's been happening in our area, we have seen some outstanding efforts from our Haslington Support Group supporting local families, members of our communities collecting for food banks and best of all have seen the faces of those of all ages joining in on the 'Wizard Of Oz Trail' around the Haslington Village.
Regardless of the difficult circumstances that COVID-19 has given us this year, our community has pulled together and has made our villages feel safer and happier.
We would also like to make you aware of a member of our community named Lorna, who is 26 years old. Lorna has recently given birth to twin babies and unfortunately has since been diagnosed with terminal breast cancer. Many of our community have been amazing in offering support to Lorna and her family, so this message is to say a big thank you to you all! As a community, it's so reassuring to know that we always have others looking out for each other.
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We will continue to keep you updated on our daily patrols on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Thank you for your time.
PCSO Lizzie Jolley 22582