Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch 2018-03-06T11:25:43+00:00

Do you need to call the police? Emergencies: 999 // Non-urgent calls: 101

Neighbourhood Watch is a national voluntary network of schemes where neighbours come together, along with the police and local partners, to build safe and friendly communities. The entire village of Whissendine comes under the umbrella of Neighbourhood Watch. The scheme aims to ensure that the village cultivates a strong, interactive, neighbourly safety policy. Any relevant information is communicated to the village via this website and the Grapevine, or if the information is more urgent, it is dispersed throughout the village via the Neighbourhood Watch street coordinators who are each responsible for an area of the village.

Zone A East
• Coordinator Brian Maunders – email
• Ashwell Road, Station Road, Fox Hill, Hall Close, Hortons Lane, Main Street, St Andrews Close, Paddock Close

Zone B Central
• Coordinator Walter Milsom – email
• The Nook, Cow Lane, Oakham Road. Mill Grove

Zone C West
• Coordinator Toby Crewe – email
• Pickwell Lane, Melton Road, Stanilands, Walton Close, Thorpe Gardens, Stapleford Road, Sherrard Close, Harborough Close, Willow Close

North Beat Team Report
To view the monthly North Beat Team Reports, click here

Rutland Neighbourhood Watch
• Download a copy of the Neighbourhood Watch Members’ Guide that was delivered to Whissendine residents in 2017.
• To download the Rutland Neighbourhood Watch app to your iOS or Android device, click here.
• To view the latest news and crime information for Whissendine and the rest of Rutland, see below.