The next meeting of the Safer Neighbourood Police Panel will take place at 6:30PM until 7:30PM at the Whitwell Community Centre – Hopefully this time it won’t have the time changed the dat before and then get cancelled!
This is your opportunity to raise any concerns with the Police Safer Neighbourhoods team and panel, and to bring any new ideas you may have to them as well.
Tempest Photography will be running a Children’s Portrait Photography session at the Playgroup at Whitwell community Centre on the 21st November 2011 from 9:30AM until 11:00AM.
Prices start from £27.50.
For more information you can:
- Email Tempest Photography: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call Tempest Photography: 0800 328 1041
International medium and author Joanne Gregory will be at the Boot & Shoe on Wednesday 12th October 2011, all proceeds from the show will go to help support Ashgate Hospice.
Tickets are priced £12 which includes a buffet and are on sale now. Doors open at 6:30PM, the show starts at 7:30PM – There will be no entry allowed after 7:30PM,
Whitwell Players Amateur Dramatics Society are currently looking for girls and boys aged between 8 and 15 years old to join the Junior Players. The Junior Players meet every Tuesday between 5:15PM and 7:15PM at the Whitwell Community Centre, everyone is welcome – it doesn’t matter if you think you can’t be of any use, you never know – so get yourself down to see them at the Community Centre and you might be in time to be cast in a short play they are putting on called EeyAww – which has been written for the younger members.
If you’re interested or want to know more then you can either:
- Turn up on a Tuesday at the Community Centre at 5:15PM and ask for Janet or Amanda
– or –
- Call Janet on 01909 720112
Just to remind you all that the next public meeting for Whitwell Against Alkane (Alkane Energy PLC) will take place on 8th September 2011 from 7:30PM at the Whitwell Community Centre. As usual the bar will be open from 7PM.
As we all know, one of the concerns with Alkane is an increase in the levels of HGVs using the village – of course they assure us they won’t use the village, but we all know the drivers themselves will use whatever route they think is the quickest – and Alkane in the past haven’t answered if they will impose fines on drivers who do use the village, which here we think says it all. With that in mind WAA have invited the people behind a campaign to stop HGVs using Whitwell completely to come and do a brief talk.
As well as the HGV issue, the following items will also be discussed:
- Residents Liaison Committee
- Chemical and pathogens
- Wind Direction
- The Rumour Mill
- Review of 2010/2011
If you’re going to come to the meeting (and we hope you do, and urge everyone to try and bring a neighbour or three) then why not set out a bit earlier and come along to the Safer Neighbourhood Police Panel meeting the hour before at the community centre?