That was the question asked of the 2nd Bramcote Beavers by NottsWatch Chair, Sue Sambells, at the presentation she had arranged with Simon Wilson, who does a great job providing fun, education and discipline to 25 Beavers in Bramcote each Tuesday evening.

NottsWatch are delighted to announce the positive strides being made in Newark.

The Newbury estate, which consists of around 300 houses, now has its own Neighbourhood Watch scheme with more areas expected to be added soon.

Two days after Christmas, 70 year old Ladybrook resident, Kate Allsop took a nasty tumble near the garage on Ladybrook Lane.  When a gentleman who was passing by saw what had happened, he went to assist and took Kate into the garage.  He then looked through Kate’s contact list in her mobile phone and being first in her address book, a young local man called Anthony Wharmby answered.

The NottsWatch Trustees met with CI Sukesh Verma, Lead and Helen Ridley, Partnerships Officer, for Nottinghamshire Police's Citizens in Policing Team on 1 October 2018 to discuss drafting a new Service Level Agreement (SLA) to replace our current SLA. Helen explained the police had already met with Nottinghamshire County Council and we all agreed the most effective way forward was to draft a collaborative Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which would also replace our current MoU with Notts CC.

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