Thames Valley yesterday launched a week long crackdown on people using their phones behind the wheel.
Community groups raise concerns after remains of sadistically tortured animals found in Colnbrook and Datchet
Colnbrook’s Neighbourhood Action Group will debate its future at its next meeting tomorrow night after a period in which it has seen falling attendance from partner organisations and failed to find a new chair. The meeting will kick off at 7:30pm in Room 1 of Colnbrook Village Hall.
Police and Trading Standards are “adopting” post offices in Slough, including Colnbrook’s Bridge Street post office, under a new scheme launched yesterday.
Residents, business owners, and others living and working in Slough will have the opportunity to speak to Supt Gavin Wong, Local Police Area (LPA) Commander for Slough, during a live online discussion on Wednesday 7 September between 6.00pm and 7.00pm.
Colnbrook’s NAG has warned that a streets around Willow Close and Drift Way are, once again, being used to park up cars for sale, while litter from a house in multiple occupation “does not bode well for community harmony”.
Do you have what it takes to be a Special Constable? Thames Valley Police is seeking dynamic, committed, passionate individuals to volunteer as Special Constables to work alongside regular police officers.
Funding for additional PCSOs for Colnbrook with Poyle has been discontinued by the Parish Council following a vote last month. At its meeting on 9th June councillors voted not to renew the contract following a motion proposed by Cllr Kinane and seconded by Cllr Angell. The vote ends months of indecision.
A staggering 187 drivers were caught committing various offences during a five day road safety enforcement campaign by Police, including one who committed an indecent act while driving at speed on the M40!