Parish vice-chair Puja Bedi has announced that she has taken steps to get the NAG moving again, and the group will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, 25th October.
Recorded crime rose 13% last year in England and Wales, and 10% across the Thames Valley area. However, in a tumultuous period which saw the ending of the PCSO contract and upheaval in the NAG, Colnbrook has fared much worse.
Colnbrook with Poyle’s Neighbourhood Action Group is still struggling to find leadership and is at risk of being amalgamated into Parish Council meetings.
Thames Valley Police is hosting an an online Q&A on Tuesday to tell you how you can become more active in the community.
The next meeting of the Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group will be held on Wednesday 28th September 2016 in Room 1 of… Read More »
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.
The next meeting of the Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group will be held on Wednesday 7th September 2016.
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”.
The next meeting of the Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group will be on Wednesday, 20th July 2016 at 7:30pm. This is the… Read More »
The next meeting of the Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group will take place at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, 25th May. Election… Read More »
No new chair was appointed to head the Colnbrook NAG at its last meeting two weeks ago but there is optimism that a resident has expressed an interest in taking on the demanding role.