Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators Meeting


Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators met on October 23rd and items from the discussions include:

New Co-ordinators are in place in Is-y-Coed and Grange Close.

Establishing the Watch in new housing areas: The Grange now has an adequate number of Co-ordinators to cover the whole of the estate.

St Lytham’s Park has 2 Co-ordinators. This is not enough for the whole area. The role of a Co-ordinator is to keep eyes and ears open to be aware of unusual activity or anti-social behaviour in their locality. If such problems are noticed the Co-ordinator can report to the police or our Wenvoe Watch Secretary/Treasurer (contact details below).

If you live in St Lytham’s Park and are interested in helping to deter crime in your locality, would you consider becoming a Co-ordinator?

If so, please contact our Secretary/Treasurer Jackie Gauci on 07876 207843 or


Twyn yr Odyn: The row of houses adjacent to the former quarry, Greenwood Close, are now being occupied and it is hoped a resident will offer to become Co-ordinator for the road.

‘Nextdoor’ website: The establishment of this website was noted. It was felt the website is a useful venue for the exchange of information and the promotion of local businesses and does not affect the activity of the Watch.

Reports from Co-ordinators

  • South Wales Police give local information about reported crime in Wenvoe on their website. Details are at: W5000654/crime/
  • Burglaries or attempted burglaries were reported for Wenvoe Garden Centre (twice), Greave Close and Wenvoe Cattery.
  • Fly tipping had occurred at Burdon’s Hill.
  • The nuisance of dogs fouling the Wenvoe Playing Fields was noted and brought to the attention of the Clerk to the Community Council.


Alan French