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

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Tarvin Primary School 50 Years Anniversary Ball
Tomorrow 7:30pm
Pryors Hayes Golf Club
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Charity Bridge Drive
24th September 2018 10:00am
Tarvin Community Centre
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Tarvin Parish Council Meeting
24th September 2018 7:15pm
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Tarvin Civic Trust
25th September 2018 8:00pm
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Tarvin Community Centre: Sunday 16th Sep
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Tarvin Tennis Club - Finals' Day 2018
Rob Millar: Saturday 15th Sep
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Tarvin Gardening Society - September Meeting
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Tarvin Community Centre: Thursday 13th Sep
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Tarvin Civic Trust
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Tarvin Community Centre: Wednesday 12th Sep
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Tarvin WI August Meeting Report
Margaret Matthews, President: Tuesday 11th Sep
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Jo Richards: Monday 10th Sep
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Tarvin Webteam: Sunday 9th Sep
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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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In December 1991 a cheque for £800 was donated by Dale Farm, Tarvin to Tarporley War Memorial Hospital.The amount was raised by a fancy dress walk organised by Tony Ankers who presented it to Sister Janet Featherstone, watched by Dr Sandy Campbell and some of Dale Farms employees who took part in the...

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Cheshire's police and crime commissioner is inviting residents in rural areas to meet with him and local officers to have their say on the county's new rural crime strategy prior to its publication. It has been developed in response to the local rural crime survey conducted in Cheshire over the summer and the recent national rural crime survey.The strategy outlines the priorities for...

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The Community Centre has recently renovated some card tables and would love them to be used on a regular basis. Years ago, whist drives were a very popular and regular feature in the live of the Community Centre and card tables were purchased to enable this. However, the popularity of whist waned over the years, and the tables got pushed further and further back under the stage, dusty, neglected...