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Volunteers Needed

New Forest Voluntary Car Schemes.

Since Starting this recruitment drive only three volunteers have come forward. If you have some time on your hands, why not become a volunteer driver for the New Forest Voluntary Car Scheme. Read more.

Community SpeedWatch

Too many drivers are speeding through the village. Read more.

Join Community SpeedWatch and do something about it. Read more.

Village Hall News

The East Boldre Village Hall Committee needs more volunteers, especially a Secretary and a Treasurer.

We also need help cataloguing our ever-growing historical collection.

Can you help us? E-mail eastboldre@yahoo.co.uk.

Safer Neighbourhoods

Neighbourhood Watch coordinators are needed. Read more.

Make your street into a No Cold Calling Zone. Read more.

Safer Neighbourhoods - Neighbourhood Watch

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East Boldre Neighbourhood Watch


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This page is NOT a replacement for the Neighbourhood Watch Service and residents should not rely on this page for urgent information.

Neighbourhood Watch plays an important part in making our community safer.

Working together with the police it increases public awareness of the need for security, reduces the fear of crime and brings a community closer together enhancing the quality of life of all residents. As well as getting information from the local police about crime in this area, it also relies on providing good intelligence to the police from observant residents.

Communication in this way keeps NW active in creating safer neighbourhoods. With the current neighbourhood policing initiatives in Hampshire, NW is an even more vital link in the chain of preventing crime.

East Boldre and the neighbouring villages of East End and Norleywood have active neighbourhood watch schemes.

East Boldre has a Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator and two street co-ordinators.

They are:


NW Co-ordinator and St. Paul’s Church to School Fields Beat:

Russell Chaplin

Tel: 01590 612 136

E-mail:


Hatchet Pond to St. Paul’s Church Beat:

Heather Gregory

Tel: 01590 611 438

E-mail:


Norleywood Rd. To School Fields Beat:

Gina Antczak

Tel: 01590 626 368

E-mail:


Volunteers Wanted

East End South (East End Arms Beat):

A vacancy exist for a street co-ordinator for this beat. If you are interested in joining the Neighbourhood Watch team in this area or any other area, contact Sgt Nick Adams on 02380 674015 or e-mail lymington.snt@hampshire.pnn.police.uk


Read about our local policing arrangements and download the latest Safer Neighbourhoods Bulletin here.

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Don’t become the victim of a scam.

Modern con-men still occasionally knock on doors and spin you a convincing yarn but more often they use the telephone, the Internet and the postal service to work their scams. Read more on our ScamBuster Page.

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Warning

Rogue Traders are currently cold calling on the telephone and at the doorstep in the Andover, Havant and surrounding areas of Hampshire offering to supply unsuitable mobility goods, stair lifts, adapted showers and beds at vastly inflated prices. In some cases customers have been left with the impression that the trader is from Social Services at Hampshire County Council which is certainly not the case.

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There is too much speeding in this part of the forest. If you want to do something about it, why not volunteer for the Community SpeedWatch team. Read more.

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Help fight doorstep crime and stop unwelcome sales representatives and cowboy tradesmen from knocking at your door. Volunteer a little of your time to make your street a No Cold Calling Zone. Read more.File: NW Bulletin July 2011.pdf

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