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Theft of sheep & trailor
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FARM WATCH
Dear <<First Name>>

SHEEP THEFT

Overnight on the 03/03 – 04/03, 39 sheep have been stolen from a farm in the Wedmore area. Please remain vigilant any information in relation to this please call 101 or text 07492888109 quoting ref – 5220052867

TRAILOR THEFT

On the 04/03 between 0001 – 0300 hours an Ifor Williams twin axle plant trailer was stolen from a farm in the Ashcott area, this was later found abandoned in Long Sutton. Please remain vigilant any information in relation to this please call 101 or text 07492888109 quoting ref – 5220052528

To contact your village leader, click on the appropriate name below.
Bawdrip: Richard Culverhouse
Catcott:   David Thomas 
Chilton Polden:  Kate Midgley
Moorlinch:  Ron Hixon
Cossington:       John Clasby
Edington:           Carol Clark
Woolavington:   Graham Lockley
Shapwick:  (awaiting nomination)
Please note: if your village is  not listed above, it is probably because your village does not have a Watch Scheme, or that the Scheme is not formally linked with the e-watch service.  All Polden Villages are welcome and we hope others will join in with us soon.
If you see someone acting suspiciously around a neighbour’s property, call the police straight away. If they’re obviously breaking in, ring 999. Otherwise, call the non-emergency number 101: police operators are on hand 24/7.

If you have information about any crime, phone 101 or call anonymously CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111
In an emergency dial 999

Ask for your call to be tagged Neighbourhood Watch.


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