Fine win and an excellent team performance for the last match of the Preston Panthers Under-15s season in the Sussex Sunday Youth League. The Panthers did themselves proud. Well done Pete and Jem too.
Mile Oak 1 : 2 Preston Panthers
A meeting was held of the PCA Committee on 15 March 2011, attended by two new members, who are also part of the Friends of Dyke Road Park. Di Langford handed over the role of Hon Secretary to Jannet King.
At a recent meeting of the Friends of Dyke Road Park it was decided to try and establish regular work parties in the Park on the third Saturday of every month.
The first will be held from 10.30 onwards on Saturday 16 April. Everyone is welcome, for as long as they are able to stay. Our Park Ranger, Garry Meyer, will be there with the necessary equipment, but feel free to bring your own tools if you want to. We’ll be doing basic tasks such as weeding, digging, maybe pruning – anything that Steve the gardener feels would be helpful.
Wednesdays 10.30 – 11.30 am, Exeter Street Hall
Movement, stretches, and exercises that promote good posture and strong central control. All done to music.
Come and join a small but enthusiastic band of local women. All ages welcome.
(Bring a mat or blanket for the lying down exercises.)
Cost: £5 per session + a small annual membmership fee.
Local crime report for the Preston Park, Fiveways and Prestonville areas of Brighton is out now.
E-Watch also contains contact details for our local PCSOs : Erica Harkness and Steve Williams.
The next Prestonville Community Association committee meeting will be on Tuesday 15 March, 8pm. We’re looking forward to welcoming our new members, and anybody else in Prestonville is welcome too. If you’d like to come along, please call 705134 for details.
If you’d like to suggest something to be discussed, please post it as a comment here (by Friday preferably). Thanks!
A very positive meeting was held on Tuesday 1 March (with subsequent meetings to be held on the first Tuesday of every month). The minutes are attached here.
Everyone is welcome to attend any of the meetings and chip in with ideas.
Dear vehicle owner,
Although overall crime for your area is down by over 6% from last year, there has recently been a spate of thefts from unattended vehicles. Accordingly we are increasing patrols in the locality, particularly in the evenings and night time when most offences have occurred.
During foot patrols Officers will be identify any vehicles which are at increased risk and take appropriate steps to locate the owner. If you have been personally handed this letter then we have been successful in locating you. Where we have not been able to trace you, the letter and some useful crime prevention advice has been left on your vehicle.
To decrease the risk of your vehicle being broken into, please follow the advice below:
– Always keep you car locked and take a few moments to physically check doors and windows
– Never leave valuables on display, even for a few moments. Take particular care not to leave tell tale signs such as the sticky marks from sat navs on your windscreen. The most popular items targeted by thieves are satellite navigation systems, laptop computers and other expensive and easily sold on electrical items.
– Tidy up your car! A clean and tidy car is far less likely to be broken into as it will be obvious to a thief that there is nothing within. A cluttered car will always be more attractive to thieves.
Alongside this crime prevention operation, we are utilising other pro-active measures such as plain clothes patrols. If you see anything suspicious, please report it and don’t assume that your information is already known or will be insignificant. We rely on the community to be our eyes and ears and can only crack this problem by working together.
To report an emergency including any crime in progress please dial 999
To Report Non Emergency Crime Dial: 0845 60 70 999