Wilby Parish Council

Serving the People of Wilby

The Horse Shoe

Clerk: Mrs Vicky Smith
18 Bakehouse Lane, Mears
Ashby, Northampton
Northamptonshire NN6 0ED

Tel: 01604 812239

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Latest News

Operation Crooked

Operation Crooked is tackling residential burglary across Northamptonshire.

As part of the campaign, Northamptonshire Police has a force burglary team working with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), consisting of nine officers supported by intelligence, forensic and proactive resources.

The team will be working to review and drive up the quality of investigations, manage and progress forensic hits and investigate significant series offences. More »

Every burglary victim in Northamptonshire is now guaranteed a visit from a police officer as part of the campaign.

As part of Operation Crooked, the force is also sharing crime prevention advice – statistics show that 25 per cent of burglaries happen via unlocked doors and windows.

Officers will also be issuing wanted appeals for known offenders they want to put behind bars for burglary offences.

Read more about the work of Operation Crooked on our news pages at www.northants.police.uk

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Craig Blacha (Police, Police Community Support Officer, Wellingborough Neighbourhood Policing Team) » Less

Posted: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 10:14 by Vicky Smith

British Transport Police Non-Emergency Number

Travelling on our railway network this week here's a little number to jot down in the back of your diary or on the notes section of your phone it's important and you may need to text it at some point if your on the train.

61016 is to report non-emergency incidents to the British transport police, similar to the ones you would report to the 101 phone number provided by Northants Police.

The text number is monitored 24/7 and, while it is not for reporting emergencies, BTP will be able to send officers if required. More »

When to use the text service:

Text 61016 (or call 0800 40 50 40) when you want to contact BTP about an issue that doesn't require an emergency response.

For example, you can text when:
You want to tell about an incident that has already happened on the railway network
You want to tell BTP about issues affecting your rail journey or your local station
You have a general police question for the British Transport Police
If your enquiry concerns buses or roads, you can contact local police anywhere in the country by dialling 101.

When to call 999:
Always dial 999 when you need an urgent police response such as:
A crime is happening
Someone suspected of a crime is nearby
Someone is injured, being threatened or in danger

Your mobile service provider may issue a small charge to text 61016.
The exact cost will depend on your network and tariff.

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Posted: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 10:07 by Vicky Smith

Open Day Wellingborough Fire Station 7th September

Sent on behalf of Northants Fire & Rescue Service

Firefighters at Wellingborough Fire Station will be continuing to offer summer fun well past the end of the school holidays when they host their annual open day.

The event will be held on Saturday, September 7 (midday-4pm), when visitors are invited to drop into the station in Irthlingborough Road, to enjoy a variety of stalls and entertainments. More »

There will be demonstrations of firefighting skills and drills carried out by the Northamptonshire Emergency Services Cadets, as well as a range of stands with everything from safety information to sweets and ice-cream.

Attractions will include a barbecue, bouncy castle, face-painting and a sand art stall. Visitors can also enjoy a smoke house maze.

Entry is £1 for adults and children go free. All adults also receive a free raffle ticket upon entry. All proceeds from the event go to The Fire Fighters Charity. To find out more about the charity's work, see: https://www.firefighterscharity.org.uk/

For more details,see: https://bit.ly/33NybRu

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Craig Blacha (Police, Police Community Support Officer, Wellingborough Neighbourhood Policing Team) » Less

Posted: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 10:04 by Vicky Smith