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Netteswell Neighbourhood Police team – Other news


Over the last two months we have had a series of sexual exposures committed by a male on a moped. The local neighbourhood team have been working on the investigation and a 16 year old male has been arrested and is currently on bail for this matter. If you have any information relating to these, or any other, matters please contact us.


We have also had two drug warrants granted in the beat so over the coming weeks we will be targeting the addresses.


Neighbourhood Policing Mobile: 07710 016 031 Email: megan.hardy@essex.pnn.police.uk OR timothy.knights@essex.pnn.police.uk


Your local PCSO Beat Surgeries are held at David Livingstone Church, Maddox Road. CM20 3 RL :-


Tuesday 27th August – 10 - 11am Tuesday 24th September – 10 - 11am


Tuesday 29th October - 10am - 11am Monday 25th November - 10am - 11am


David Livingstone URC Dear Friends Over the next few months a lot will be happening in the churches and in the community. During


September we begin to think of farmers harvesting their crops for us to benefit from. It has been a wet


season and the farmers have obviously been worried that their yield would not live up to expectation - that crops will have become waterlogged and not be as prolific as they would have liked. However, it seems that things have not been as bad. It was partially ill founded. Now we can look forward to the fields being covered with circular and square bales. When I was in Somerset I helped a farmer to harvest his field by driving a tractor and trailer. He put the bales of corn on the trailer and I drove it to where it was going to be stored for the winter. I had never driven a tractor before and I was designated by his wife to drive the newer of the two. Obviously I was a bit nervous especially that I had to drive it through a gate to begin with. Anyway I enjoyed the experience and would do it again if given the opportunity. So we look forward to the various Harvest services and suppers in our individual churches. Moving onto the beginning of November there is Remembrance Sunday, when we remember all


so that everyone would benefit. In October we think of One World Week and this is the epitome of what it is all about – sharing and so ensuring that everyone does not go hungry. So as we celebrate our harvests let us think of those who are unable to share the variety and vastness of the produce that we have. We pray that one day we will live in an equal world – where there is sharing and hunger is obliterated.


the service and civilian personnel who have lost their lives in all the wars past and present. Often people feel that we are only commemorating the two World Wars but this is not the case. We have to remember all the people both civilian and service members of our armed forces who daily lose their lives attempting to create peace and harmony within countries and communities. If only there could be peace throughout the world, less greed and more sharing of our resources


Yours in Christ Kathryn


Dates for the diary:-


14th September 10.30am Coffee morning and Sale in aid of Parkinson’s Society


28th September 7pm Harvest Supper 29th September 9.30am Harvest Festival Service


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