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March Whitnash Community Forum

Our next Community Forum is approaching, on Tuesday 24th March from 6.30pm at St Joseph's Church Hall, Murcott Road East.


This time around we are trialling a short, hour-long meeting, with a limited agenda of Policing priorities and local grants. Your feedback after the forum on how you thought it went will be most welcome. I attach the agenda and publicity poster for your information.


Our new online voting opportunity to vote on Police priorities is live now, through to Monday 23rd March at 5pm. Give it a go, by visiting http://bit.ly/1Ejs2uQ and choosing your favoured option from the following choices:


Priority 1. Speeding Tachbrook Road - Conduct 6 Speed Checks on Tachbrook Road

Priority 2. Speeding Whitnash Road - Conduct 6 Speed Checks on Whitnash Road

Priority 3. ASB Acre Close - Conduct 6 evening patrols of Acre Close

Priority 4. ASB Washbourne fields - Conduct 6 evening patrols of Washbourne Fields

Priority 5. Cyber Crime - promote prevention and safety when online

We look forward to seeing you there.


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Neighbourhood Plan

The following link has the Whitnash Neighbourhood Development Plan Submission Draft which will be submitted to an Inspector for approval before being put to residents of Whitnash in a referendum.

Whitnash Neighbourhood Development Plan Submission Draft


Caribbean Charity Night

As you may know, this year I am raising money for two charities, the Whitnash Charitable Trust and MacMillan Cancer Support.

Our next event will be on Saturday 14th March, 7pm at the Whitnash Sports and Social Club.
We are delighted to have the Pandemonium Steel Orchestra to entertain us and they will be followed by a Caribbean/Reggae themed disco provided by Cybertones.

Tickets are just £10 to include a Caribbean inspired supper and are now available from the Council Office, Franklin Road (inside the library) or from the Sports and Social Club.

Please come along for what promises to be a fun-filled evening and help us raise some money for these two worthy causes.




New School Crossing Patrol Successful

Lollipop person required for Landor Road/Ashford Road

After a successful campaign for a new school crossing patrol, Warwickshire County Council are now recruiting for a lollipop person.

Phone 01926 412661 or email scp@warwickshire.gov.uk



Kitty Crutchley