EGRA SUBMISSION ON THE RBC DRAFT LOCAL PLAN, 2018.
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Thames Valley Police
The non-emergency contact number is 101. Non emergency email: PeppardandCaversham@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
For the latest news of your Local Neighbourhood Policing Team: Caversham North. http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/yournh-tvp-pol-area-n466 From
there you can click on a link for the latest news updates.
Groups (NAGs) are made up of volunteer representatives from the local
community. They help plan local policing tasks based on priorities
identified by those communities.
In June 2015, the Upper and Lower
NAGs combined and now meet at different locations every six
venues to be announced.
Help Keep our Streets
Please report to RBC all litter, fly tipping and similar
problems via smart phone app or web link at http://loveclean.reading.gov.uk.
Alternatively please phone RBC Contact Centre on 0118 937 3797.
A team of EGRA volunteers manages the noticeboard. It is
there for the local community to use to help promote
and issues Please help us keep the surface in good condition
by only using drawing pins. We know that’s not always
easy, so you may need a hammer. Thank you.
Friends of Clayfield Copse
The group meets on the first Sunday in each month at 10.00am
in the car park for active conservation work in and around
the woods. For more details and contact
information, visit http://www.econetreading.org.uk/clayfield/.
New volunteers are always welcome. Phone Anne Latto on 0118 9484454 or email email@example.com.
Emmer Green Surgery
All our local surgeries hold regular meetings to give patients
the opportunity to comment and discuss how things are run
(not medical matters). Emmer Green
Surgery hosts theirs on the fourth Tuesday in the month (please email RCCG.firstname.lastname@example.org to
check as this sometimes changes).
New participants welcome. For more information see http://www.emmergreensurgery.co.uk/ppg.aspx
Highdown Sports Facilities
The pool is still accessible to clubs and schools, but for
the time being there are no open public sessions. EGRA is
liaising with the school regarding reopening of the pool
for community use.
Caversham Good Neighbours
This voluntary organisation based in Caversham helps residents
of Caversham and Emmer Green by offering transport to local
surgeries, hospital etc. and
home visits. They would like to recruit more volunteers and also promote
the service they offer. Please phone the office on 0118 9483466 Monday
to Friday 9.30am -11.30am or Secretary Pat Rawlings on