Heathrow Airport has promised to give £6.5million to local villages in Berkshire. The donations are part of the airport’s Giving Back Programme, which aims to make the organisation a “better neighbour”. The scheme includes Slough and the Royal Borough of… Read moreWraysbury to benefit from £6.5m Heathrow programme
Crime Statistics for Windsor Good afternoon, From today I will be reporting to each neighbourhood, the crimes that have occurred over the last two weeks relating to the categories below. There are a maximum of six categories which I will… Read moreLocal Crime Statistics
Neighbourhood Policing Week From 23 – 29 January we celebrated Neighbourhood Policing Week across the Thames Valley. Throughout the last seven days we have been focusing on the vital work that our neighbourhood officers, PCSOs and volunteers carry out every… Read moreNeighbourhood Policing Week
CCTV image released following an incident of assault in Maidenhead We are releasing CCTV images of individuals officers would like to speak to as they may have vital information regarding an incident of assault in Maidenhead. The incident occurred… Read morePolice appeal – Do you know the individuals on CCTV?
Neighbourhood Event Update Good Morning, Please note that PCSO Chadwick will NOT be patrolling around Wraysbury Village on Friday night now. He will still be out and about on Saturday and Sunday, 18:30-20:30 delivering leaflets and window shock alarms. Please… Read moreUpdate to Neighbourhood Event
King Charles has encouraged us all to spend a day volunteering to mark his accession to the thrown, and has suggested May 8th as “The Big Help Out Day”. (see below) – I’m not sure that this has… Read moreWraysbury and Horton Voluntary Care braced for tsunami of volunteers.
Events from Monday 23 January 2023 Please find below the events taking place in your area next week. Fri 27 Jan 2023, 11:00-13:00, Old Windsor Police Post, St Luke’s Road – PCSO Bradfield will be holding a crime prevention surgery…. Read moreLocal police event this weekend
Local farmer, of Berkyn Manor Farm in Horton, Colin Rayner director of Rayner & Sons Ltd has been forced to remove concrete blocks and tyres from their own land by Buckinghamshire County Council planning department. Colin was threatened with a… Read moreLocal planning department overseas increase in fly tipping
Community Feedback Survey Good Morning, The Windsor East Neighbourhood Team are asking you, the residents if you will take part in a short survey so they can understand the issues that are of most concern. The closing date for… Read moreYour voice matters: Neighbourhood Team Community Feedback Survey
Think WIDEN to prevent burglary Nearly two-thirds (65%)* of us are worried about our home being broken into, yet there are simple, proven measures we can all take to halve our chances of being burgled. We have joined forces with… Read moreThink W I D E N to prevent burglary
With more heavy rain forecast, thousands of people living near the River Thames close to Windsor Castle are facing a royal nightmare. Residents in Old Windsor and the nearby villages of Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury are anxiously watching the rising water levels surging… Read moreExtract from Daily Mail Online
A flood alert has been issued Saturday 14th Jan covering the shaded area on the map, which encompasses nearly all of Wraysbury and most of Horton. Please act now to be prepared, especially if your house is in a… Read moreFlood Alert Covering Wraysbury & Horton
Scaled-back plans to build homes on the floodplain return at Old Ferry Drive, Wraysbury (22/03431/OUT). The potential layout of the scheme (Image: .) A developer is attempting to take another stab at building new homes on the green space south… Read moreScaled-back Plans to Build Homes on Floodplain on Land To The South of Old Ferry Drive Wraysbury And Land At 19 Old Ferry Drive
£100,000 available to community groups to help prevent crime across Thames Valley We will be opening applications to the first of two rounds of the Community Fund in 2023 on Monday 16th January at 9am. Chief Constable John… Read more£100,000 available to community groups to help prevent crime across Thames Valley
A Datchet to Hythe End flood defence scheme is being developed by the Environment Agency 13/1/2023 THE hunt is on to find money to help fund an alternative flood defence scheme that would protect four riverside villages. The Environment Agency… Read moreWindsor & Maidenhead hunts for partners to fund our flood defences
TVP Events Good afternoon, Please see below all the events that TVP will be hosting for week commencing 16th January 2023. Mon 16 Jan 10:00-11:30 – PCSO Dan Scott will be hosting the ‘Have your Say’ stand outside Tesco’s Superstore… Read moreThames Valley Police Events w/c 16/1/2023
The four villages were struck by mass flooding in 2014 (credit: Mike Williams) FLOOD-STRICKEN villagers fear they will have to fork out hundreds of thousands of pounds if an affordable insurance scheme is pulled. Residents living in the unprotected riverside… Read moreWill our flood insurance will go up by thousands?
Main Cast (Image – Wraysbury Players) Rapunzel is letting her hair down in Wraysbury as locals come together to perform the much-loved panto. Performed by Wraysbury Players, who were first established in 1966, the panto is one of many they… Read moreWraysbury Panto: Rapunzel set to let her hair down
Rogue Traders Alert It has come to our attention that Rogue Traders are potentially working in the Maidenhead area. We have had reports of two young, English males with English accents knocking at doors and offering to clear gutters and… Read moreRogue Traders Alert
Views on policing budget 2023/24 There is just one week left to share your views on where you would like the policing budget to be focused in 2023/24. The survey can be completed at https://survey.alchemer.eu/s3/90503915/OPCC-public-consultation or by visiting the… Read moreWanted! Your views on policing budget 2023/24