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Saturday, 8 January 2022

Willaston A500 Bridge - Debris Thrown Collision

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Willaston A500 Bridge - Debris Thrown Collision


Hello all,
We are appealing for witnesses after debris was thrown from the A500 Bridge in Willaston off Wybunbury Road. Between 2nd and 4th of January bricks or concrete have been dropped from the bridge onto passing cars causing damage. Also in one case, resulted in a collision.
The incidents appear to happen between 3:30am and 6am. We are appealing for CCTV of any residents in the Green Lane / Wybunbury Road area of Willaston and ask to save any CCTV from the above dates. In addition, any dash cam footage of anyone in and around the area commuting on the above date and time.
We will also be increasing our patrols in the area and are doing all we can to find the person/s responsible. Wistaston and Willaston Beat Officers will also be available in person at CO-OP on Crewe Road in-between Wistaston and Willaston this Saturday at 7pm until 8pm for anyone wishing to provide information face-to-face.
Thank you for your time,
Sophie Jebb Bowman: PCSO 22915
Covering Willaston and Wistaston
| Wellbeing Champion for Crewe LPU | Unison Steward | Missing From Home PCSO contact
Cheshire Constabulary Crewe Local Policing Unit | Civic Centre | Crewe | CW1 2DQ |
Phone: 101 | Email: sophie.jebb@cheshire.police.uk  

Criminal Damage

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Criminal Damage


We would like to make you aware of an incident of criminal damage to a vehicle that happened on Meredith Street between 5/1/22 at 22:00hrs and 6/1/22 at 11:30hrs. If you have any information please ring 101 quoting IML1171597
Many Thanks
Pcso Penny Probin - Crewe Central
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Saturday, 1 January 2022

Happy New Year - Do Not Drive If You May Be Over The Limit

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Happy New Year - Do Not Drive If You May Be Over The Limit


Good morning and happy new year!
We hope that you have had great past few days. Please remember that alcohol can stay in your system hours after consumption. Do not drive if you may still be over the limit from alcohol, even if you feel fine, you could be over the limit.
This could mean that you would be illegally driving your vehicle. This could put others and yourself at risk.
Start this new year by keeping our roads safe.
Thank you for your time.
Kind regards,
PCSO Lizzie Jolley 22582

Covid-19 business grants update


For businesses that have been impacted by Covid-19, Cheshire East Council has the Business Interruption Fund, and it is still open for applications.

The Business Interruption Fund is to support businesses that can demonstrate they have continued to be impacted by the pandemic.

Last week the council announced it had already increased the amount of support available through this fund to a maximum of £10,000 per business. It means that those who previously applied for funding and received the maximum amount available at that time of £5,000, can now submit a further application for support.

The current grants policy and package of support for businesses can be found on the council’s business support webpage here: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/business/support_for_business/covid-19-help-for-business-recovery-and-grants.aspx

Business rates customers can also find support on the council’s help for business rates customers webpage:  https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/business/business_rates/business-rates-relief/coronavirus-covid-19-help-for-business-rates-customers.aspx

In addition, on 21 December 2021 the Chancellor of the Exchequer, introduced a new grant scheme to support hospitality and leisure businesses that are experiencing difficulties because of the Omicron variant.

The new grant scheme is in the form of one-off grants of up to £6,000 per premises for businesses in the hospitality and leisure sectors in England and government has pledged a top-up for the Additional Restrictions Grant allocation to local authorities.

The council is currently waiting for detailed guidance from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The guidance will be reviewed and will make any amendments to the council’s Grant Policy, as necessary.

The council webpages will be updated as further information becomes available.

Burglary Alert

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Burglary Alert


2 house's were broken into on 27/12/21 before 19:30pm in the Mavor Court area.
Entry was gained via a back down stairs window and the front door
Police enquiries are ongoing, but if you have any information please call 101 quoting IML 1165188 and 1165206.
Pcso 22588 Penny Probin
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Burglary Information

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Burglary Information


** Burglar facts **
Burglars target homes that they think will contain valuables. A sure giveaway is leaving packaging from expensive items outside your front door.
Burglars often look for homes with windows or doors left open or with vulnerable features that they can exploit.
Burglars are aware of the times when someone is expected to be away from their house such as during the school run or holidays.
Burglars typically do not want to be seen or heard and if they feel that they would be noticed by a neighbour or passerby then they are more likely to feel exposed and may move on to find somewhere else to burgle.
Burglars often choose a home because they’ve spotted a specific vehicle, motorcycle or bicycle they want to steal – and the keys are more than likely to be inside the residence.
Sheds and garages are often vulnerable as they are not that secure and contain tools which the burglar can use to assist them to gain entry to a home.
It’s a fact that many burglars return to homes that they’ve previously burgled because the homeowner failed to upgrade security following the first burglary.
They sometimes return to an area to try to burgle a nearby home that they spotted while committing a previous break in.
Even more reason for you to ensure you keep your home as safe as houses.
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