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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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FARM WATCH
Dear <<First Name>>
Farm Watch information via this service will cease on 31st March.

In recent years, the number of ewatch members has increased to over 840 as has the number of messages we issue. Mailchimp allows us to issue up to 1000 messages per month at no cost and in February we reached that limit and were unable to issue any messages in the last week of the month.  It is clearly in every member’s interest for us to avoid having to pay for this service as long as possible.
 
We have been pleased to pass on Farm Watch messages to you for several years now but will cease to do so at the end of this month as a small step towards keeping within our ‘free’ allocation.  Many of the Farm Watch messages refer to incidences occurring outside your area, none-the-less, we feel it is important that you are aware of what is being targeted so that you can consider your own security arrangements. 
 
We would urge you therefore to register direct with the police so that you continue to receive Farm Watch information.  To do this, please download and complete the registration form via the Green bar below before 31st March 2021.
 
All details of the scheme can be found on the force website –
https://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/apply/farm-watch/ 

NB You will continue to receive general Neighbourhood Watch messages via ewatch
Registration Form for Farm Watch direct with the Police available HERE
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:          Sue Sellick
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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