wycoller park

True spirit of NHW!

Sponteneous letter posted to

a NHW Coordinator's home.

It is so greatly appreciated!



Was part of the NATIONAL

Awards at Westminster

Can you spot

our representative?


Please send us more of your

ideas to expand our

community spirit and care

As a NHW we major on 

Community Cohesion and doing sociable events with neighbours,

to create a strong bond together.

We leave policing to the Police,

simply working with the


along with staying

in dialogue with the Council, the CVS,

Safety Services, Calico etc.,

who are the responsible bodies for

getting things done in our area.

Our NHW aim has been to work with

a Scheme that enables us to safely

talk together, with a background ethos

that we all want to move forward

to give the area in which we live

the freedom of a Well-Being feeling.

When a News Reporter visited

our area in July 2014,

this is exactly what she personally


She spoke of this good feeling

on Radio Lancashire.


To make Neighbourhood Watch work

is simple....

  • Raise awareness with neighbours

around where you live,

it could be 2 or 3 or even 93

  • Contact between neighbours

could be verbal or

by written details through the door,

or email

  • Some schemes create their own website

To keep your Scheme vibrant

To obtain window stickers

and be covered by insurance,

register with the

National Neighbourhood Watch

email via the website...


phone:- 0116 402 6111.

The Lancashire Combined Watch Forum

is part of the

National Neighbourhood Watch Scheme.


Links for Neighbourhood Watch


There is also an 'alert' system operated by

the Neighbourhood Policing Team


Share your photos

and videos.

Ring co-ordinator or

contact us  



can be part of the

News Team!



By its very nature,

it is a voluntary scheme, 

run solely by residents.

Each scheme is unique, 

because it is driven

by people from

their own doorsteps.

  The aim of residents communicating together 

under a recognised label is 


to bring an identity so that they can have a voice amongst wider community affairs;

to create an agreement between neighbours

that they wish to actively uphold

the laws of the land

to help support neighbours who may

fall victim to or become vulnerable to crime;

 to help live in an amicable partnership with 

Providers of the local area;

- Contact local Providers such as

Fire and Emergency to advise them

that you are a Scheme.

They are very keen to provide

FREE fire checks and

any free equipment that would

safeguard against the risk of fires.

- Some Schemes have various ideas

to raise the friendliness of their area,

such as holding a regular meeting

to download community information,

or a popular one is to join in with

the Macmillan Coffee Morning

held nationally in September.

- For sharing Regional good practice

and staying informed, contact

the Regional Body 

Lancashire Combined Watch Forum


corner of
coleshill avenue
and brunshaw avenue

 Our Notice Boards carry

News of Local Events, Activities

and Crime Prevention

Receive regular 'Alerts'

by registering with local Neighbourhood Watch