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Sunday, 3 October 2021

Burglary Alert

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Dear Resident
This letter is to inform you that unfortunately a house burglary has occurred at a premises within your local area. This incident occurred on 18th September  2021 Eardley Court, Rigg Street Crewe.
I would like to take this opportunity to point out that the Crewe Local Policing Unit, which covers both the town centre and the large rural area surrounding it, experiences a very low number of domestic house burglaries.
In an effort to ensure it is an isolated incident we would ask you to review your home security and take sensible precautions like checking all premises and outbuildings are secure, house alarms set and vehicle keys stored away etc.
If you have seen any suspicious persons, vehicles or have any other information, please contact us on 101.  Or call in to Crewe Police Station between 8am-8pm, 7 days a week.
Your call will be dealt with in complete confidence and the information you supply may help us to further reduce burglary and other offences in your area
Please see link below and the link for Cheshire Police Resident Voice.
https://www.cheshire.police.uk/residentsvoicecrewe
https://www.cheshire.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/protect-home-crime/
Regards
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September 2021 Enewsletter - Firelink

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September 2021 Enewsletter - Firelink



Welcome to the September edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter.


Annual Report 2021 published

Cheshire Fire Authority has published its 2020 Annual Report. 
The Annual Report sets out how the Service has performed over the last 12 months, looks at some notable achievements and it also takes a look at what the future might hold for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service. 
Read the Annual Report

New Scorpion appliance will help firefighters to save lives

Macclesfield firefighters have a new weapon in their armoury that will be ‘invaluable for challenging incidents’ and saving lives.
The Scorpion High Reach Extending Turret (HRET) is replacing a fire engine and an aerial ladder platform at Macclesfield Fire Station.
Built by Emergency One, it is a fire engine that has the ability to deliver water and foam from height, which is crucial when dealing with building fires and fires in industrial yards.
Read more - New Scorpion appliance will help firefighters to save lives

Fire Chiefs officially welcome new staff to the Service

At a special awards evening at De Vere Cranage Estate recently, 10 firefighter and community apprentices, two High Potential Development Scheme (HPDS) graduates and 12 migrating on-call to wholetime firefighters were officially welcomed into their new roles with Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Families and friends, the High Sheriff of Cheshire, Robert Mee DL, and Chair of Cheshire Fire Authority Cllr Bob Rudd joined CFRS officers and staff to see them receiving their certificates from Chief Fire Officer Mark Cashin.
The 10 firefighter and community safety apprentices have been working in the community with CFRS Prevention teams and undertaking firefighter training. Work in the community is an essential part of the Service’s commitment to keeping the residents of Cheshire safe. This is an integral component of the apprenticeship scheme but, for this team, they have had the additional impact of Covid and the effect it has had on Service delivery and rose to the challenge admirably.
Read more - Fire Chiefs officially welcome new staff to the Service

Crewe pizza parlour owner sentenced for failing to comply with fire regulations

The owner of a takeaway and restaurant in Crewe was sentenced for putting lives at risk by failing to comply with fire regulations.
Abdul Magid Mohammad Ben Rajab, owner of Mr Pizza appeared at Chester Crown Court for sentencing on Friday 17th September after previously pleading guilty to 10 breaches of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Mr Rajab received between 6 and 12 months custodial sentence for each breach of the fire safety order (to be served concurrently), suspended for 18 months, along with 200 hours unpaid work in the community.
Cheshire fire authority were also awarded £6,500 costs.
Read more - Crewe pizza parlour owner sentenced for failing to comply with fire regulations

Howdens Runcorn recognised for on-call firefighter support

Howdens of Runcorn have been formally thanked by Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) for supporting the on-call firefighter initiative.
On-call firefighters Brad Baig and Ricky Goff, both stationed at Runcorn Fire Station, primarily work for Howdens but are able to leave their place of work when they receive an alert to an incident to be attended by the Runcorn on-call fire engine.
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Increase in COVID-19 cases in Crewe and Sandbach


There has been a significant increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Crewe and Sandbach areas.

There are various outbreaks, largely related to educational settings, and the council is working closely with schools as well as carrying out additional testing in these areas.

Residents and young people can be reassured that schools across the borough all have effective measures in place and are working hard to ensure pupils can continue to attend school and reduce any further impact on their education.

The council has identified two areas of concern. These are in Crewe which accounts for one in five of all COVID-19 cases in the borough (697 cases per 100,000) and Sandbach (816 cases per 100,000).

The latest case rate for Cheshire East is 472 per 100,000 population, which is higher than the North West rate of 359 per 100,000 and rate for England of 322 per 100,000. In the seven days up to 24 September there were 1,831 positive cases in Cheshire East.

Around half of the people who have tested positive are children and young people aged 0-19 years, with another concerning group being those age 40 to 49, who may well be parents, relatives, or close family friends.

More testing sites will be available in Crewe and Sandbach over the coming weeks. This will be for both symptomatic (with symptoms) and asymptomatic (without symptoms) testing.

Residents in these two areas are strongly encouraged to continue regular twice weekly lateral flow testing, to maintain social distancing, wear a face covering where required to do so and follow the latest public health guidance to protect themselves and others.

Information will be provided as to where testing sites will be located and these can also be found on the council’s testing pages, at: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/covid-testing

Residents are reminded that if they develop any symptoms of COVID-19, which include a new continuous cough, high temperature or loss or change to their sense of taste or smell, they should self-isolate immediately and book a PCR test via www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/testing-and-tracing/get-a-test-to-check-if-you-have-coronavirus/.

Council makes assistive technology charging fairer for all


At a meeting on Monday 27 September, Cheshire East Council adults and health committee agreed to implement standardised charging for assistive technology.

Assistive technology (also known as telecare) is used to describe a range of electronic devices which can support residents’ independence to carry on living in their own home and in their local community.

Following an extensive consultation between May and July 2021, it was recommended that people aged 85 and over who are living alone are to be charged £5 per week for the assistive technology service. This is the same charge as all other users currently pay.

The council currently supplies a free service to about ten per cent of the over 85 population in Cheshire East. For the majority of the over 85 population who use other providers or don’t use a telecare service there will be no change.

Anyone who cannot afford to pay will have the opportunity to ask for a financial assessment which may result in them continuing to receive the service for no charge.

The council will support any individual with reduced capacity, to ensure that they would be supported to access a financial assessment should they need to.

Councillor Jill Rhodes, Cheshire East Council’s adults and health committee chair, said: “We are actively supporting older people to achieve a better quality of life by using assistive technology equipment to enable the more vulnerable members of our community to have improved safety, care and independence, all in their own homes.

“When we reviewed the existing charging policy, it was clearly unfair to others to single out those 85 years of age and older and who are living alone for this free benefit.

“The decision to make a comprehensive charging policy means that all users who can afford to pay will pay the same fee and this meets the spirit of the 2014 Care Act which said that charges should be fair. The charge the council makes is cheaper than some private providers and no other council offers a free telecare service.

“With demand increasing each year due in part to the increase of our ageing population, the service also needs to be financially sustainable in the long term.

“By amending the charging policy, it will allow more people to take up the service, and for the scope of the technology to be broadened”.

The council is still looking at the implementation plan for this project, but it is likely letters will be sent out to those affected in October to inform them of the committee decision and provide a timescale for implementation.

Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Crewe Green and Winterley Residents - Suspicious Circumstances

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Crewe Green and Winterley Residents - Suspicious Circumstances


Good afternoon,
I am emailing you to make you aware of recent suspicious circumstances in the Winterley and Crewe Green area.
We have multiple reports of intruders in people's gardens and courtyards. We urge anyone that see's anything suspicious or out of the ordinary to call 101 or 999 always in an emergency.
The latest incident happened last night on Newtons Lane, Winterley, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1.
Please get in contact with our survey with what you want to be our local policing priority using the link - www.cheshire.police.uk/residentsvoicecrewe
Your local area to select for the following villages is - Hasligton
This is for Haslington, Winterley, Crewe Green, Oakhanger, Stowford, Wheelock Heath, Radway Green, Barthomley, Englesea Brook, Weston and Basford.
Thank you for your time.
Kind regards,
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Dog Poisoning - Weston - We Need Your Feedback To Our Survey

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Dog Poisoning - Weston - We Need Your Feedback To Our Survey


Good afternoon,
We have had an influx of messages about suspicious circumstances in Weston about people leaving poisoned objects around for dogs to eat. Although we have had a lot of people contact, we would like to reassurance you that this has been an isolated incident from the reports that we have had.
The dog that we were contacted about did get sick from an object when out on a walk, but thankfully recovered days after. Social media and local conversations have made local residents believe and be scared that this is happening more than what has been reported.
We ask that you still remain vigilant and to please report anything that seems out of the ordinary to 101 or 999 always in an emergency.
We also ask that after reading this email, you please fill in our survey on - www.cheshire.police.uk/reidentsvoicecrewe and let us know about issues that cause you concern in your area so that we can make them a priority. If you don't let us know on the survey we will not be spending time on the issue if it has not been requested.
Thank you for your time and we hope that this has put people's mind at rest.
Thank you also for taking the time to complete our survey for the area 'Haslington' covering, Haslington, Weston, Basford, Englesea Brook, Barthomley, Stowford, Wheelock Heath, Crewe Green, Radway Green, Winterley and Oakhanger.
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Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Crewe Pride in the Park returns this Saturday!


Crewe Pride in the Park returns on Saturday 25 September, with the virtual event taking place from 2-6pm.

This year’s show will feature an eclectic mix of interviews, music and special guests.

Headline acts on the day include drag queen Cherry Valentine - of RuPaul’s Drag Race, who will be revealing more about her recent move to London, exciting projects in the pipeline, her involvement in music and charity work, and many more. Viewers on the day can also watch her exclusive new music video.

Doncaster-based band Bang Bang Romeo alongside singer Ben Tavill, 80s act The Wild Boys, and singer Claire Mooney will also be making an appearance. Viewers will see an interview with Jackie Weaver, a local LGBTQ+ Ally on the day as well.

Bentley Motors, the Crewe-based manufacturer of luxury cars, is proud and thrilled to be the main sponsor for this year’s event, while the Co-op and Crewe Town Council are also key sponsors.

This event follows months of Pride events across the country, offering the opportunity for the LGBTQ+ community to see out the summer with one final celebration.

Ahead of the event, residents who entered one of the Crewe Pride in the Park competitions for individuals of all ages will soon be receiving a series of prizes, including Pride goody bags, containing Crewe Pride in the Park merchandise and a gift card for the Co-op.

Residents can also still get their hands on free goody bags that are available to pick up now from the following Co-op store locations in the borough, which contain a selection of Crewe Pride in the Park merchandise and a £5 Co-op gift card. Individuals can request a goody bag at the below stores, on a first come first served basis:

  • Readesdale Ave, Crewe CW2 8QP
  • 1C Remer St, Crewe CW1 4LS
  • Rope Ln, Shavington, Crewe CW2 5DT
  • 28 London Rd, Holmes Chapel, Crewe CW4 7AJ
  • 216 Middlewich Road, Sandbach, CW11 3EJ
  • Cronkinson Farm, Nantwich CW5 7FY
  • Unit 1, The Gateway, Beswick Drive, Crewe, CW1 5NP

During the event, viewers will also be in with the chance to win Crewe Lyceum Theatre tickets to see ‘Deathdrop’ – a murder mystery play featuring RuPaul US drag legends Willam, Ra’Jah O’Hara and UK star Vinegar Strokes. Viewers on the day will also receive a promotional code to book tickets for this play at a reduced rate.

Councillor Sam Corcoran, leader of Cheshire East Council, said: “There’s so much for viewers to look forward to at our virtual Pride in the Park event, the full line-up offers an exciting experience for all who attend.”

“It’s important that the voices of our LGBTQ+ community are heard, and that they feel represented and equal. Hosting this event is just one way we’re working towards our ambition for a fair, open and green borough, where individuality and diversity is celebrated.”

“There’s a lot to look forward to at Saturday’s event, so I’d urge everyone to set a date for their diary and join us from 2pm.”

Councillor Marilyn Houston, member champion for equality, diversity and inclusion, said: “By hosting this event virtually once again, individuals from across Cheshire East and beyond will be able to tune into the event on the day, and with some fantastic guests announced – you won’t want to miss it!”.

“We’re thrilled to be joined by some of this year’s biggest names, including Cherry Valentine of RuPaul’s Drag Race and more.”

“Summer may be coming to an end but we’re seeing out the Pride celebrations in style, with this event, which is hugely important in the Cheshire East calendar. We’d encourage individuals of all ages to unite and show our support for the LGBTQ+ community in Cheshire East by tuning in on the day.”

Residents can join the event on the day on the Cheshire East Virtual Pride YouTube channel, and stay updated in the run up to the event on the Pride in the Park Facebook Page.

Cheshire East Council warns not to relax as Covid-19 cases still high


Cheshire East Council is reminding residents that Covid-19 remains a significant risk to public health and to continue with Covid safe behaviours of ‘hands, face, space and fresh air’.

Latest local Covid-19 data shows there have been 361 positive cases per 100,000 in Cheshire East in the week up to 15 September. This is significantly above the average for England of 303 per 100,000 of population.

Set against this backdrop of high local cases, the council is advising residents to follow the latest advice from Public Health England to get vaccinated, to get tested regularly and to wear a mask in busy or crowded places such as supermarkets and public transport.

Councillor Jill Rhodes, Cheshire East Council adults and health committee chair, said: “Unfortunately we are still seeing to a worrying level of positive case numbers.

“The public has been asked to take personal responsibility for wearing a mask, but we would ask them to continue to wear them, especially in shops and enclosed spaces.

“It is in all our hands now to keep life moving and play a positive part in containing the spread of the virus.’

Professor Rod Thomson, public health consultant at Cheshire East Council, said: “With a significant number of positive cases now, it’s vital residents continue to take precautions and remain Covid-aware.

“Just as Covid-19 cases are still higher than we would like, public face covering wearing seems to be significantly down.

“Covid cases are rising not only among the young, 35 per cent of all cases are in the 10-19 age group, but we are also seeing a strong rise in over-40’s cases too, which in turn affects hospitalisation rates, which have also increased.

“The best advice then remains to get fully vaccinated as soon as you can as this not only protects yourself but also diminishes the virus’s ability to spread. This is especially important for vulnerable people who are to be offered a Covid-19 booster vaccine (from 6 months after their second doses).”

The booster vaccination programme will be rolled out to the same priority groups as previously. This means care home residents, health and social care workers, people aged over 50, those aged 16 to 49 years with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of severe Covid-19, adult carers, and adult household contacts of immunosuppressed individuals will be prioritised.

Professor Thomson continues to say: “If you have Covid-19 symptoms, then self-isolate immediately and book a PCR test. If you have no symptoms, please continue to test regularly with rapid Lateral Flow Tests which are available for free at local test sites or can be delivered direct to your home.

“We would also strongly advise people to do the things we already know help stop the spread of the virus. This means if you test positive, you won’t be able to enjoy all those things we have all missed doing such as joining in with family celebrations, going on holiday, or going to sporting or music events.”

The council has this week organised for a Covid-19 and winter wellbeing leaflet to be delivered to every household and business in the borough to reinforce key Covid-19 safety messages and information to help residents stay safe throughout the colder and wetter winter months.

Supported by local chambers of commerce, businesses in the borough will also be able to order an innovative Covid-19 business information toolkit to help them restart their business and help keep staff and customers as safe as possible. Business toolkits can be ordered on the council’s webpage at: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/covid19-business

To book or order a PCR test visit www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test.

For full information on where to get tested or pick up home testing kits visit: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/covid-testing or to order them to be delivered to your home visit www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests.

If they made your day, make them RHS Partner Garden of the Year


Tatton Park is asking for your support in the last few days of the RHS Partner Garden of the Year Competition. If a visit to their Garden made your day, they would love you to vote for them as RHS Partner Garden of the Year at www.rhs.org.uk/pgoty. Voting closes on 30th September.

Say thank you to the people who tend the Gardens

The RHS is running this competition in recognition of the positive impact gardens always have on our physical and mental wellbeing, but especially during the pandemic. Taking a walk in a beautiful garden has become a pleasure for more people than ever before. Their ‘Feel Good Gardens’ theme encourages you to show your support of an RHS partner garden that has boosted your mood and health and given you a ‘feel good’ experience during the last 12 months.

Did you find peace in the Pinetum?

Is there a particular corner of Tatton Park Garden which helped reconnect you with nature? Did you discover forest bathing and find peace in the Pinetum, feel joy at the Japanese Garden or inspiration on the Italian Terrace? If so, why not show your appreciation and say thank you to the gardeners and volunteers who tend these lovely spaces throughout the year and vote for Tatton Park?

Votes mean prizes!

If you can spare a minute and vote today at www.rhs.org.uk/pgoty, as well as supporting Tatton Park Gardens, you will be entered into a prize draw to win tickets and a picnic hamper for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival Preview Evening plus a luxury two-night stay close to the showground.

Other happenings at Tatton Park:

v www.tattonpark.org.uk – for opening times, tickets and event details

v e-news – sign up on our website and receive email updates from Tatton Park

v Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – find us @TattonPark

v Candide Gardening App - download onto your phone to enhance your visit to our Gardens

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Burglary

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Dear Residents
This letter is to inform you that unfortunately there has been an attempted house burglary which occurred at a premises within your local area. This incident occurred between 07:16 – 11:00on 15/09/21 Newdigate Street Crewe. Incident number
IML -1085325
I would like to take this opportunity to point out that the Crewe Local Policing Unit, which covers both the town centre and the large rural area surrounding it, experiences a very low number of domestic house burglaries.
In an effort to ensure it is an isolated incident we would ask you to review your home security and take sensible precautions like checking all premises and outbuildings are secure, house alarms set and vehicle keys stored away etc.
If you have seen any suspicious persons, vehicles or have any other information, please contact us on 101. Or call in to Crewe Police Station between 8am-8pm, 7 days a week.
Your call will be dealt with in complete confidence and the information you supply may help us to further reduce burglary and other offences in your area.
Please be vigilant, you suspect any suspicious behaviour report via 101 or Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111
Thank you
Crewe Central Police Pcso Penny Probin.

Burglary Alert

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Ref No: 1085511
Unfortunately, a house burglary has recently occurred on Kingsway, Crewe. The incident occurred between 20:30 hrs and 23:30 hrs on 14/09/2021.
I would like to take this opportunity to point out that the Crewe Local Policing Unit, which covers both the town centre and the large rural area surrounding it, experiences a very low number of domestic house burglaries.
In an effort to ensure it is an isolated incident we would ask you to review your home security and take sensible precautions like checking all premises and outbuildings are secure, house alarms set and vehicle keys stored away etc.
If you have seen any suspicious persons, vehicles or have any other information, please contact us on 101 referring to this letter.
Your call will be dealt with in complete confidence and the information you supply may help us to further reduce burglary and other offences in your area.
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Residential Burglary

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Dear Residents
This letter is to inform you that unfortunately there has been an attempted house burglary which occurred at a premises within your local area. This incident occurred between 00:00 – 04:00on 15/09/21 Market Street Crewe. Incident number
IML -1085461
I would like to take this opportunity to point out that the Crewe Local Policing Unit, which covers both the town centre and the large rural area surrounding it, experiences a very low number of domestic house burglaries.
In an effort to ensure it is an isolated incident we would ask you to review your home security and take sensible precautions like checking all premises and outbuildings are secure, house alarms set and vehicle keys stored away etc.
If you have seen any suspicious persons, vehicles or have any other information, please contact us on 101. Or call in to Crewe Police Station between 8am-8pm, 7 days a week.
Your call will be dealt with in complete confidence and the information you supply may help us to further reduce burglary and other offences in your area.
Please be vigilant, you suspect any suspicious behaviour report via 101 or Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111
Thank you
Crewe Central Police Pcso Penny Probin.

Monday, 6 September 2021

Burglary Alert

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Dear Residents
On Wednesday 1st September around midnight a break in occurred on Bateman Close in Crewe. Entry was gained through the kitchen door.
I would like to take this opportunity to point out that the Crewe Local Policing Unit, which covers both the town centre and the large rural area surrounding it, experiences a very low number of domestic house burglaries.
In an effort to ensure it is an isolated incident we would ask you to review your home security and take sensible precautions like checking all premises and outbuildings are secure, house alarms set and vehicle keys stored away etc.
Please be vigilant, if you have any information please call 101 0r Crime stoppers om 0800 555 111 Quoting Inc IML 1075157.
Working Together to Prevent Crime

Suspicious Incident - Crewe Green - Haslington

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Suspicious Incident - Crewe Green - Haslington


Good afternoon,
We have had an incident of a suspicious person and vehicle in the area of Crewe Green the other evening.
We want all residents around the vicinity of Crewe Green and Haslington to be vigilant please and to report anything that seems out of the ordinary.
The incident was in the early hours of the morning and involved a male looking into properties with a torch.
We have been and will be on patrol in the evenings looking out to keep you safe, but please ensure that doors and windows are secured where possible and that valuables are not left on show.
Thank you for your time.
Kind regards,
PCSO Lizzie Jolley 22582

We Need Your Feedback - Local Family Bowls Day

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We Need Your Feedback - Local Family Bowls Day


Good afternoon,
We are thinking of running a family bowls day next spring in Weston and Haslington to involve local young people into a good hobby. This is in an aim to help local young people to gain healthy interests but also to reduce anti-social behaviour in the local area.
We need to know if our local families would support these sessions. The sport is fairly cheap to get involved with and most clubs have some spare equipment that we could use to get young people involved. We could also look into getting some additional funding to support this if we had the support for it to go ahead.
Please send your feedback in a reply to this or via our Haslington Police Facebook page.
Thank you for your time.
Kind regards,
PCSO Lizzie Jolley 22582

Intelligence - Let Us Help To Sort Your Local Concerns

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Good afternoon,
This last month by working with members of our community, Haslington Police team for the Haslington and Rural Villages in Crewe East submitted 35 Intelligence Reports throughout August 2021.
So we would like to say a huge thank you for helping us. For anyone wondering how to work with us to make your local area safer, passing on intelligence is a great way, as it gives us an indication of what is happening in your area.
Intelligence can vary over topics such as the below :-
Drugs :-
- Can you see or smell anything unusual for your area?
- Are there people coming and going from a property or location, are they passing small or large packages that you believe are related to drugs?
-Are you smelling a constant smell of something suspicious?
-Have you seen fans or heat lights?
Child/Person Concern :-
-Have you seen a child who is not receiving the basic care that they should be receiving or have seen any concerning behaviour towards this child? (You should always call 999 for any immediate threat for a person at risk.)
Vehicle Crime :-
- Have you seen a vehicle being used in an anti-social manner?
-Are you aware of someone driving without insurance?
-Do you know of someone that drink drives?
Suspicious Activity :-
- Have you seen something out of the normal? (If possible please get the registration plate and description of the person/people involved.)
These are just examples of things that you may wish to email over on lizzie.jolley@cheshire.pnn.police.uk as intelligence if you have seen them. For anything requiring urgent attention, please always call 999 in emergencies and 101 to report anything else.
Thank you for your time and again thank you to everyone who has worked with us to make our local area safer by gathering information and intelligence.
Kind regards,
PCSO Lizzie Jolley 22582

Friday, 27 August 2021

Residents Voice

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Residents Voice


Have your say on policing in your area.
It is important to us that we know about the issues that cause you concern.
We have set up a survey where you can tell us about the things you would like us to focus on in your area.
www.cheshire.police.uk/residentsvoicecrewe
Please select 'Crewe West' as your community area.
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August 2021 - Firelink Enewsletter

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August 2021 - Firelink Enewsletter



Welcome to the August edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter.


High Potential Development Scheme

We are seeking to recruit individuals who can demonstrate that they have the passion, potential and ambition to make an impact as a leader within our high performing service.
They will need to be committed to helping the Service achieve its mission for Cheshire to be a county where there are no deaths, injuries or damage from fires and other emergencies and also demonstrate a willingness to work in accordance with the Service’s core values.
Find out more - High Potential Development Scheme

State-of-the-art fire station officially opens in Chester

A new state-of-the-art fire station has officially opened in the heart of Chester.
The new building - which is Cheshire’s first carbon neutral fire station - was unveiled at a special ceremony on Thursday 19 August.
The site, which sits on St Anne’s Street, replaces the aging 1970’s building which was no longer fit for purpose. It boasts four bays and modern training facilities such as a new training tower, breathing apparatus building and road traffic collision training area.
The station was officially opened by Cheshire Fire Authority Chairman Councillor Bob Rudd.
Find out more - State-of-the-art fire station officially opens in Chester

Cheshire Firefighter Challenge hits new heights

A hundred firefighters took part from all over the world and more than £1,200 has been raised for The Fire Fighters Charity.
Due to restrictions caused by Covid-19 pandemic, the fundraising event had to be held virtually for the second year running.
Publicity generated for the event via Facebook led to firefighters entering from all over England and five other countries – Germany, Austria, Belgium and, for the first time, New Zealand and America.
Find out more - Cheshire Firefighter Challenge hits new heights
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