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Mon 10TH Dec – School Choir Perform on Rayners Lane

Please join the school and wider community during this special event. Our school choir will be switching on the Christmas lights alongside some key local people on Mon 10TH December at 17:00 – it would be great to see you all there!

Rayners Lane Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Crime Awareness Street Briefings

Rayners Lane Safer Neighbourhood Team will be conducting crime awareness Street briefings please find time to come and attend one of the following briefings even if you don’t resides on one of the following streets.

There will be street briefings being held by PC Trevor Reilly at the following dates /times:

  • Tues 4TH December - 17:45 on Fairview Crescent outside No. 21/23
  • Tues 27TH November - 14:00 on South Close junction with Village Way
  • Fri 23RD November - 18:30 on Torbay Road junction with Dunster Way
  • Wed 22ND November - 18:00 at Torbay Road - Roxbourne Primary School Entrance
  • Wed 14TH November - at 14:00 at Trescoe Gardens Junction with High Worple
  • Tues 13TH November - 14:00 at Raynton Close Junction with Trescoe Gardens
  • Fri 9TH of November – Exeter Road Junction with Dunster Way at 13:30
  • Thurs 8TH of November – Exeter Road Junction with Widdicombe Ave at 13:30

Accord's Charity Concert

(With Roxbourne Primary School Choir)

Ruislip Baptist Church, Manor Way, HA4 8HR

Saturday 17TH November at 6:30pm

followed by tea and cakes

We are raising money for:

Alzheimer's Society

London Air Ambulance

Stroke Association

Tickets: £5; Children £3

Friday 16TH November 2018

Click on the Link BBC Children In Need Schools Page

Halloween Party - Wednesday 31ST October 2018

Police warn Harrow shoppers to be on the look-out for pickpockets in the Town Centre

Greenhill Safer Neighbourhood Team are urging people to keep valuables such as purses, wallets and mobile phones safe and out of sight, ideally in zipped-up bags.

The main issue is offenders who are working in teams of three or four, following elderly people and females with pushchairs from banks, building societies and then stealing their purses when the opportunity arises.

As part of our ongoing work into this, we will be talking to staff at stores and banks, particularly charity shops, to be vigilant and be aware of groups of women who may be actively targeting the elderly.

Few key messages to people, particularly the elderly and mums with prams:

  • Keep your purse out of sight, have your handbags zipped up and close to you.
  • Unattended bags are an easy and regular target, especially in cafés and busy shops.
  • Do not leave bags hanging on your trolley or pushchair or out of your sight.
  • Ensure all bags are kept on you and secured by buckle or zip.
  • Be aware of people around you if you are withdrawing cash from the bank. Do not allow anyone to distract you at the cash machine. If in doubt cancel transaction and report to bank staff.
  • Register all your personal property at www.immobilise.com. This is free to register and use and searchable by Police.

POLICE WARNING !

There has recently been an increase of theft from motor vehicles in this area.

Please ensure that all valuables are removed from your vehicle and that nothing is left on display.

Check that you have locked the doors and the alarm is on.

If you cannot park outside your property try to park in a well-lit overlooked area.

Rayners Lane Safer Neighbourhoods Team

raynersLane.snt@met.police.uk

In an Emergency Call 999

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