Western Rural Inspectors update 11/10/2013

Home » Newsroom » Western Rural Inspectors update 11/10/2013

Upcoming events

Tarvin Online
Hargrave Car Boot Sale
Tomorrow 10:00am
Hargrave Church Field
Tarvin village
Tarvin Parish Council Meeting
23rd July 2018 7:15pm
Tarvin Community Centre
Tarvin Online
WI Meeting - Advances in Medical Science
25th July 2018 7:30pm
Tarvin Community Centre
Tarvin village
Minerva Arts
13th August 2018 10:00am
Tarvin Community Centre

Latest news

Green Flag Award
Tarvin Community Woodland
Tarvin Webteam: Yesterday
Flower Club AGM 2018 20180711_200638_resized
Ashton Hayes and Tarvin Flower ClubMargaret Dixon
Margaret Dixon: Thursday 19th Jul
Parish Plan
July Tarvin Parish Council Meeting
Tarvin Webteam: Wednesday 18th Jul
Hosepipe Ban Scan_20180717
Hosepipe Ban
United Utilities: Wednesday 18th Jul
Tarvin Primary School Logo
Tarvin Primary School 50th Anniversary Crowd Fund
Robin Grimshaw, Tarvin Primary School Governor: Tuesday 17th Jul
Pool Bank
Pool Bank House- some history
Margaret Dixon: Tuesday 17th Jul
Mesopotania
Remembering the First World War - Mesopotamia (Now Iraq)
Jo Richards: Monday 16th Jul
Car Boot Sale Poster-page-001
Car Boot Sale - Sunday 22nd July
Tarvin Webteam: Monday 16th Jul
Zion House Scan_20180707 (2)
Tarvin History Revealed - Zion House
Tarvin History Group: Sunday 15th Jul
Pool Bank
Robert Woollams- any photographs?
Kathie Reith: Sunday 15th Jul
Rev Sue 3
Farewell Party for Rev Sue Levitt
Doreen de Cani: Saturday 14th Jul
British troops enter Baghdad
Remembering the First World War - Mesopotamia (Now Iraq)
Jo Richards: Saturday 14th Jul
Age UK Cheshire website-182
Age UK Cheshire to Restart Monthly Coach Trips Service
Theresa Duffy, Later Life Planning Support, Age Concern: Friday 13th Jul
Hub fitness 2
The Hub Fitness raises money for a worthy cause!
Lisa Dunne: Friday 13th Jul
Police Logo

News BulletinWestern Rural Round-up- Two weeks ending 6/10/2013

TO CONTACT THE POLICE CALL THE NEW NON EMERGENCY NUMBER 101.

IN AN EMERGENCY ALWAYS DIAL 999

This report is an overview of the past TWO weeks.

There have been a number of registration plates stolen from vehicles across the whole area. Please always report such incidents to the police as the stolen plates are often used by criminals engaged in much more serious crimes. Early notification of stolen registration plates gives police a good chance of catching offenders before they go on to commit further crimes.
On Monday 23rd September a house was broken into on East Lane, Cuddington and an Audi TT vehicle was stolen. Because cars are now difficult to steal, due to improved security measures, thieves are resorting to breaking into houses in order to get keys to steal vehicles parked on the driveways! Please keep vehicle keys hidden out of sight in order to deter such offences.
At this time of year, there are an increasing number of reports about people 'lamping' on farmland. This is where offenders shine a bright lamp at rabbits to make them 'freeze' and then set dogs on them. As well as specific offences related to this activity, the offenders will also use this activity as an excuse to look for places to break into or for property to steal. Please report any such activity.
Just after midnight on Tuesday morning, 24th Sept, a male wearing a balaclava was disturbed near to Ashton post office. Police are keen to identify this male and ask anyone who may have seen any suspicious vehicles or people, to contact the police.
On Wednesday 25th Sept, someone took a 20 foot long Cabin Cruiser, moored up in Christleton, before abandoning it at the Cheshire Cat. If you saw anyone on this distinctive craft, please contact the police.
Also on the 25th, a house in Old Moss, Tarvin was broken into during the daytime. Burglars will often try to pass themselves off as door to door trades' people whilst looking for places to break into. Please report any suspicious callers to the police.
On the evening of Saturday 28th September, police received a number of calls about rowdy youths in the Mountain View area of Helsby. Police attended and identified that a large number of youths had attended a function at a local club. Since then, the clubs' management have attended a meeting with police to discuss issues on the night and to discuss how to prevent any future incidents. It appears that the club have instigated a number of changes with immediate effect, which should improve matters, but police are continuing to monitor the location closely.
On Saturday 5th October, a heavy object was thrown by a group of youths at the windscreen of a lorry driving on Ash Road, Elton, causing the windscreen to shatter. Whilst no one was injured, this activity is clearly extremely dangerous and could easily result in someone being killed. If you have any information which could assist in identifying the offender, please contact the police.
In Tarporley, there have been a small number of incidents over the past week of damage to vehicles and outbuildings. Please contact the police if you saw or heard anything which may help to identify the offender.

Regards

Inspector Keith Curbishley