Neighbourhood Watch Scotland yesterday joined other partners of the West Lothian Partnership Against Rural Crime at an event hosted by the National Farmers' Union (NFU) at Learilaw Farm, West Lothian.
Willie and Varrie from Neighbourhood Watch Scotland joined Sonja and Evelyn from Preventions, Interventions and Partnerships, West End Police Office, Edinburgh at the Gyle Shopping Centre yesterday to locally promote the current Shut Out Scammers Campaign.
Garnethill Neighbourhood Watch (GNW) organised their OAPs Christmas lunch as well as a generous delivery of festive hampers. The Christmas lunch was held on Wednesday 8th December at the Novotel Hotel in Pitt Street and the festive hampers were delivered yesterday, 16th December 2021.
The boards of the Scottish Community Safety Network (SCSN) and Neighbourhood Watch Scotland (NWS) are ending their current partnership agreement, which saw Neighbourhood Watch Scotland being hosted by the SCSN.
We held our Annual General Meeting remotely on 17th November 2021. A total of 37 attendees made up of staff, board members, voting members and coordinators were welcomed by our Chair Stewart Prodger.
Launch of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Partnership Against Rural Crime
The Garnock Valley Carves Chainsaw Carving Event, organised by Beith Orr Park Neighbourhood Watch, was held on Saturday 11th September and proved to be a huge success yet again
Garnethill Neighbourhood Watch have been busy preparing and organising events in their area lately. They had a hugely successful OAPs lunch and have scheduled a second course of self defense classes for those in the area. In the run up to Christmas they are preparing for another OAPs dinner and Christmas hampers.
During the summer months we see more people out using our roads, whether it be walking, on bikes or on horseback, making the most of the longer days and the better weather. It is imperative that we all work together to ensure the safety of everyone.