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The Aims of the Group are to encourage and participate in initiatives to improve and sustain the effectiveness of Neighbourhood Watches in West Bridgford, Gamston and Edwalton.
We liaise closely with Rushcliffe Borough Council, local Councillors, the local Police at West Bridgford Police Station and we link to the local Watches via their scheme co-ordinators.
Visit the Bingham Neighbourhood Watch site to learn more about us, the streets in membership, our partners, the benefits of membership, projects we've undertaken, how to contact us, how to join us, and our latest news. We can advise you how to start a new scheme and obtain reductions on security equipment, and we can put you in touch with fellow co-ordinators and the relevant police personnel. We can also offer mentoring help to new co-ordinators if required.
Upper Broughton is located in the Rushcliffe Borough of Nottinghamshire and is on the edge of the picturesque Vale of Belvoir. We are a small and friendly community with approximately 120 households containing around 350 residents.
The village enjoys excellent transport links being close to East Midlands Airport while high speed rail connections to London can be found at both Grantham and Loughborough stations. The A46 dual carriageway is 2 miles from the village and provides a fast link to both the M1 (southbound) and the A1 (northbound).
Walks are held almost every Sunday. There are also midweek walks throughout the year; these are mostly short morning walks ending at a pub for lunch. Occasionally there may be a longer mid-week walk. Evening walks are held during the lighter nights and there is an occasional Saturday walk.
The length of walks varies from about 4 miles to 12 miles. The terrain can also vary. Some walks are gentle and easy whilst others are more strenuous. These latter walks are most likely to be in Derbyshire.
Members of the public are welcome to join any of the walks. This can be done by just turning up at the start of the walk, or by ringing the walk leader in advance and letting him/her know that you expect to join the walk.
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