This is a Neighbourhood Watch Message 

From Chrissie Parkes, Coleford Police Station

There have been five incidents over the weekend across the forest north.

1. A burglary has taken place in the Crypt area of Dymock. Unknown offenders have jemmied the back door and stole a safe containing jewellery and passports. A white male described as in his twenties wearing gloves and a baseball cap, carrying a box now believed to be the safe was seen getting into small silver vehicle. Incident 148 of the 19th May.

2. A tractor has been stolen from a farm in the Newent area. Cutting equipment has been used to cut a hole in the metal sheeting wall of the barn. A quad bike was also stolen. Incident 105 of the 20th May

3. A garden sun dial was taken from the front garden of a property in the Pauntly area. Incident 263 of the 20th May.

4. Another sun dial was taken from a property in the Knights Green area. It is described as bronze on a plinth inscribed to mum and dad from Angela and Sue, Valued at £350.00. Incident112 of the 21st of May.

5. A Peugeot Estate has been stolen from a farm in the Strawberry Hill area of Newent. The gates were forced open to gain entry. 

Please be aware and if you have any information about this incident please call 101 or e-mail:- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alternatively ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

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Coleford Police Station Lords Hill  Coleford Glos GL16 8BG

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This is a Neighbourhood Watch Message

From Chrissie Parkes

There has been a suspicious incident in the Hartpury area on the 15th of May. A resident was approached by a white male asking to do gardening work. He is described as early 40s five foot eight with wavy dark hair and a sun tanned complexion. The man was driving a White long wheeled based van which has been linked to criminal activity in the area, Incident 325 of the 15th.

On the night of the 15th of May between11.00pm and 4.20am a quad bike, trail bike and power tools were stolen from a farm in the Kents Green area of Tibberton incident74 of the 16th.

Please be aware and if you have any information about this incident please call 101 or e-mail:- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alternatively ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

Gorsley & Kilcot Parish Council, with help of a grant from Forest of Dean District Council and monies received from Severn Trent Water for community use after disruption caused by replacing the Main Water Pipe in the parish, have brought a Community Defibrillator and placed it at Buildbase Kilcot Cross GL18 1NN. The Defibrillator Package has been brought through a partnership with South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, University of Gloucestershire, Cardiac Science and the Community Heartbeat Trust Charity.

We would like to thank Alan Burford, Branch Manager at Buildbase for arranging for the defibrillator to be sited at Buildbase.
An awareness course in the use of the Defibrillator will be given by Kevin Dickins from South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust in  Gorsley Chapel, The haven Room, Thursday 4th May at 7.30pm

This is a Rural Watch Message

From Chrissie Parkes

There have been 7 incidents of crime against farms between the nights of the 9th and11th of May in the Newent area.

1. Gloucester St Newent Farm had every shed searched and bikes stolen.

2. Farm in the Newent area farm buildings broken into, the locks were broken to gain entry nothing was stolen.

3. At a farm in the Anthony's Cross area a general store broken by cutting a hole in the tin cladding, into nothing taken.

4. The Football Club at Windsmith Meadow. Unknown offenders have removed the padlock from the container locking system to gain entry nothing was stolen.

5. A barn at a farm in the Newent area was broken into and 2 chainsaws, a stone disk cutter and a large socket spanner set were stolen.

6. A farm in the Malswick area also had outbuildings searched but nothing stolen.

7. A land rover was stolen from the yard of a farm in the Berrow area and again barns searched.

Please be aware of this increased activity and try to ensure your security is adequate.If you have any information please ring the police on 101 or e-mail:- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alternatively ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

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Coleford Police Station Lords Hill Coleford Glos GL16 8BG

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Gorsley & Kilcot Annual Parish Meeting will be held on THURSDAY 27TH APRIL at 7.30pm in Christ Church Gorsley.

 

Come, meet your Parish Councillors in an informal atmosphere, and learn what has happened in the Parish in the last twelve months and have your say on what you would like the Parish Council to do for you.

District Cllr. Craig Lawton, County Cllr. Will Windsor Clive, PC Robert Mortimer and village agent Sarah Davies have all been invited and asked to submit reports even if they are unable to attend.

All reports (including Parish Council Accounts up to 31st March 2017) will be available on the website, from Christ Church in daylight hours or by email from the Clerk on Thursday 13th April 2017.

Wine, Soft Drinks and Light Refreshments will be available.

Clerk to Parish Council

Margaret Highton
01531 820245
Mobile: 07581 312585
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Chairman

Nigel Warwick
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