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Humberside Police Newsletter – February 2019

Humberside Police Newsletter – February 2019
Snaith, Rawcliffe, Airmyn and The Marshlands

Please see the latest Newsletter from Humberside Police which covers the Snaith, Rawcliffe, Airmyn and The Marshlands area.

This report now includes specific issues that are affecting our parish and an update from the police as to how they are tackling them. Please click on the link below to download the document. 

Humberside Police Newsletter February 2019

Monthly Litter Picks 2019

Monthly Community Litter Picks – Last Sunday in every month

Can you please spare 1 hour to help support your local community? 

The Town Council are continuing to hold monthly litter picks, the next one being SUNDAY 24 FEBRUARY at 10:00am. 
No need to book, please just turn up at the council office and help keep Snaith and Cowick looking tidy. All equipment will be provided. 
Thank you for your support.

Tender for Grass Cutting to Parish Paths – now Open

Snaith & Cowick Town Council invite sealed tenders from registered and reputable firms for the following services during financial year 2019/2020

GRASS CUTTING OF PARISH PATHS

Tender documents along with Terms and Conditions are available by contacting;

Snaith & Cowick Town Council
26 Market Place
Snaith
DN14 9 HE

Tel: 01405 862663
E-mail: vicky.snaithcouncil@hotmail.com

CLOSING DATE: Noon on MONDAY 18 FEBRUARY 2019

Snaith & Cowick Together Public Meeting – 29 January 2019

Snaith & Cowick Together Public Meeting
Tuesday 29 January 2019
7:00pm Snaith Primary School

Snaith & Cowick Together is a local community group who were established 15 years ago and have since been instrumental in setting up new clubs and carrying out a variety of projects within Snaith and Cowick.

They are now looking for more volunteers to help the group continue to operate. If you would like to become involved, please come along to this meeting to find out more information. 

Humberside Police Newsletter – January 2019

Humberside Police Newsletter – January 2019
Snaith, Rawcliffe, Airmyn and The Marshlands

Please see the latest Newsletter from Humberside Police which covers the Snaith, Rawcliffe, Airmyn and The Marshlands area.

This report now includes specific issues that are affecting our parish and an update from the police as to how they are tackling them. Please click on the link below to download the document. 

Humberside Police Newsletter January 2019

Police Surgeries for January & February 2019

Concerns over Anti-Social Behaviour? Questions on Policing in Snaith and Cowick?

Police Drop-in Sessions at the Town Council office at 26 Market Place, Snaith.

Thursday 10 January between 5:30pm and 7:00pm
Tuesday 5 February between 10:00am and 11:30am 

If you have any issues with policing in Snaith and Cowick or would like to discuss any other issues such as anti-social behaviour, please come along to these drop-in sessions hosted by your local PCSO’s Sam Chandler and Michelle Cooper who will hopefully be able to answer any queries you have.

Vale of Snaith AGM – Thursday 10 January 2019

AGM for Vale of Snaith Action Group 

Please note that the AGM for the Vale of Snaith Action Group (Walkers are Welcome) will take place on THURSDAY 10 JANUARY 2019 at 7pm. This will be held in the Town Council office on Market Place, Snaith.

This is an open meeting and all residents of Snaith and Cowick are welcome to attend. 

Police Surgeries for October and December 2018

Concerns over Anti-Social Behaviour? Questions on Policing in Snaith and Cowick?

Police Drop-in Sessions at the Town Council office at 26 Market Place, Snaith.

Thursday 25 October between 6pm and 7:30pm
Wednesday 5 December between 10:00am and 11:30am 

If you have any issues with policing in Snaith and Cowick or would like to discuss any other issues such as anti-social behaviour, please come along to these drop-in sessions hosted by your local PCSO’s Sam Chandler and Michelle Cooper who will hopefully be able to answer any queries you have.

 

Raising Funds for Mayor’s Charity 2018/19

Can the Town Mayor help you?

In order to raise funds for charity this year, the Mayor of Snaith & Cowick, Cllr. Richard Lyons is offering to carry out any odd-jobs that you may need doing, in return for a donation to his Mayor’s Charity Fund.

All funds raised will then be divided at the end of his term between his chosen worthy causes – Guide Dogs for the Blind and The Priory Roof fund. 

Please see the attached flyer for more information!

Police Surgeries for August and September 2018

Concerns over Anti-Social Behaviour? Questions on Policing in Snaith and Cowick?

Police Drop-in Sessions at the Town Council office at 26 Market Place, Snaith.

Wednesday 15 August between 6pm and 7:30pm
Wednesday 26 September between 10:00am and 11:30am 

If you have any issues with policing in Snaith and Cowick or would like to discuss any other issues such as anti-social behaviour, please come along to these drop-in sessions hosted by your local PCSO’s Sam Chandler and Michelle Cooper who will hopefully be able to answer any queries you have.

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