We are now hosting the local police Safer Neighbourhood Team in the Pavilion. It allows them more time to do their crime prevention job without needing to return too often to Hounslow Police Station. We have spoken to them about use of our outdoor facilities and they are happy to see small numbers of people using them, with parents looking after their children. We have put up notices to remind people about social distancing rules and expect that everyone will continue to act responsibly.
From the local Met Police: “Hounslow Safer Neighbourhood Teams are working closely with the Hounslow Council Community Safety Team to carry out a crime prevention stall in Hounslow House, 7 Bath Road TW3 on both the 26th & 27th of September 2019 from 1000-1400hrs. The event, which forms part of the West (London) Area’s Days of Action in regards to crime and community engagement, will take place in the library which is situated on the 1st floor.
Please feel free to attend to pick up some crime prevention literature and to find out information about your local SNT. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible.”
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We now have residents of all ages enthusiastic about making a new wildlife-friendly area. By reducing mowing and sowing wildflower seeds we are creating a flower meadow and children are invited to adopt nest boxes made by Les and volunteers.
Les hopes to put the new nest boxes up on Sunday 22nd September at 10.30 am. He would appreciate any help from some younger Dads (or indeed anyone up for it) with drill, screwdriver and a ladder.
Head for the north-east corner of the park