Please be aware that there have been more instances of vehicle number plate thefts in the area.
Extraordinary Meeting of Bainton and Ashton Parish Council at the Reading Room, Bainton PE9 3AE at 7.00 pm on Wednesday 10th October 2018. Traffic calming proposals for Ashton.
The public and media are cordially invited to attend.
The Bainton Speedwatch team recorded 123 vehicles travelling through Bainton on the morning of Friday 21st September 2018. Of these, 21 vehicles were travelling at 35mph or faster in the 30mph limit (2%). The owners of these vehicles will be contacted by Cambridgeshire Police. The highest speed recorded was a Vauxhall Corsa at 47mph.
For more details about Speedwatch please see http://speedwatch.info/index.html
Details of speeding penalties are given here:
Chris has been co-opted onto the council and has responsibility for planning matters.
We are seeing an increase in crimes in rural areas and would urge all residents to be extra vigilant and report anything suspicious.
26th Ailsworth – attempted theft of a caravan
27th Ailsworth – theft from a vehicle – Helpston Road
27th Helpston – attempted shed burglary – West Street
27th Helpston – shed burglary – West Street
28th Etton – burglary – Main Road Ref 35/25970/18
28th Maxey – theft from a vehicle
29th Bainton – burglary where two mountain bikes and keys to a vehicle were stolen along with other items. Ref 35/26167/18
Anyone who would like home security advice can get in touch with me via 101 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to help.
Crime Reduction Officer – Thorpe Wood Police Station
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