Western Rural Police Round-up for Week ending 5/4/2015

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Hargrave Car Boot Sale
22nd July 2018 10:00am
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Tarvin Parish Council Meeting
23rd July 2018 7:15pm
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25th July 2018 7:30pm
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13th August 2018 10:00am
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Green Flag Award
Tarvin Community Woodland
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Margaret Dixon: Yesterday
Parish Plan
July Tarvin Parish Council Meeting
Tarvin Webteam: Wednesday 18th Jul
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Hosepipe Ban
United Utilities: Wednesday 18th Jul
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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
Remembering the First World War - Mesopotamia (Now Iraq)
Jo Richards: Monday 16th Jul
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Car Boot Sale - Sunday 22nd July
Tarvin Webteam: Monday 16th Jul
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Tarvin History Revealed - Zion House
Tarvin History Group: Sunday 15th Jul
Pool Bank
Robert Woollams- any photographs?
Kathie Reith: Sunday 15th Jul
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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
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Age UK Cheshire to Restart Monthly Coach Trips Service
Theresa Duffy, Later Life Planning Support, Age Concern: Friday 13th Jul
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The Hub Fitness raises money for a worthy cause!
Lisa Dunne: Friday 13th Jul
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On Wednesday night, a number of vehicles in Frodsham were broken into. Police were able to identify the offender and arrested him the following day. He has been charged with a number of offences.Also in Frodsham this week, a smaller number of works vans have been broken into overnight. Police are continuing to investigate this spate of thefts from vans, but until the offender is caught, it is important to empty any works tools out of vans overnight, to make sure that there are additional locks fitted and to park your van in such a way as to make it difficult to break into or where it is in clear view.

Thefts from housing development building sites are a constant issue, with lead and other valuable metals being stolen. If you adjoin any such development or have cause to drive through or pass any, please keep your eyes open for any suspicious vehicles or people there at unusual times of day, and report this to the police.

On Tuesday, police took a report of a house burglary in Wells Close, Mickle Trafford which appears to have occurred during the evening. Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen any suspicious vehicles or people around the estate during the evening.

In Lower Wych, near Malpas, a heavy garden seat was stolen from a front garden on Friday night. This is quite an unusual theft and would have required a van in order to transport the heavy seat.

Local officers have made a number of arrests this week of drink drivers. Two of them who were arrested on the same night were both more than three times over the legal limit! One was arrested after they crashed into a wall and the other as a result of a member of the public reporting the driver weaving all over the road. It is very fortunate that this person did call the police, as it is quite possible that without this call, the driver would have carried on and had a head on collision with another car, with potential deadly consequences. Please do not hesitate to report potential drink drivers — it helps to keep the roads safe for you, your families and everyone else.

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Tarvin Primary School Logo
Tue 17 Jul 6:00am  |  hits: 549

Did you go to Tarvin Primary School? Do your children or grandchildren go or will your little ones be attending in the future? Maybe you live in the village and would welcome the opportunity to support the hub of the community? If so then please follow the link below to read more about the PTA's 50th Anniversary Crowd Fund Campaign and how any donation will be used to improve the...

Pool Bank
Sun 15 Jul 6:00am  |  hits: 520

Thank you Tarvinonline for sharing information on Pool Bank Farm. I wonder do you know anything of the Woollams family who were living there in the 1880s to about 1930?I'm in Australia, writing an entry on Robert Woollams (b.1879 Huxley) for our publication on the men and women living in our area who served in World War I. Robert was the son of Margaret and John...

Hosepipe Ban Scan_20180717
Wed 18 Jul 6:00am  |  hits: 242

We've all been enjoying the lovely, hot weather but the lack of rain and high demand for water means our reservoirs are now lower than we'd like them to be at this time of year.That's why a hosepipe ban will be introduced across the North West from5th August 2018. This means householders won't be allowed to use either a hosepipe or sprinkler as these use an incredible amount of...