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NottsWatch Autumn Newsletter

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Dear Citizen

Welcome to the Autumn edition of NottsWatch's seasonal newsletter.

Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch, represented at County level by www.NottsWatch.co.uk continue to assist Neighbourhood Watch Associations, Coordinators and members in their vital work to help keep us all safe.

You are receiving this message because you are either actively involved with Neighbourhood Watch or simply because you have opted in to receive information from us and allow us to see your details on the Neighbourhood Alert system. Either way, thank you for your support and interest.  You can change your settings at any time by clicking the settings link below.

This message is to send you our Autumn Newsletter which we hope you will find of interest.

This edition includes:
Area spotlight: Students of Nottingham University and Nottingham Trent University
Seasonal Photo Competition
Bad weather guidelines
Tech & Tea sessions
Scam Warning Signs and Tips on how to avoid them
Remembrance Sunday vigils across Nottingham
New Blog stories including biodiversity in the park
And much more.

Please click here or on the attachment below to download the newsletter.
 
Please feel free to share this newsletter using the options below and relevant stories among those who might find it interesting and valuable. In addition, if you have any stories you believe should be shared with the wider community, please get in contact through our website.

All the very best,

Jozef Doyle

NottsWatch Newsletter Editor
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