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NHW MSA Introduction

Alert message sent 12/06/2020 12:26:00

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Firstly let me introduce myself. Having been a NHW co-ordinator for my small road within Foxley Fields in Binfield for over 25 years now, I volunteered to act as NHW Multi-Scheme Administrator (MSA) for the Bracknell Forest area. As you can imagine it’s a large area with many coordinators (currently over 300 approved).

Initially I have two straight forward objectives, the first one of which I need your help please.
    1.    Maintain the NHW database for BF by
        a.    Verifying existing members on the database are still active & details up to date
        b.    Map schemes not already mapped
        c.    Approve & introduce new members to the scheme

Please take a moment to log on to https://neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/ and verify your details are up to date. If you do not wish to continue let me know please & of course if you have new potential members encourage them to join the alert system.

    2.    Provide a source of supporting materials such as NHW signs, stickers & pamphlets for co-ordinators and their members’ houses. I understand there is also some stored at Bracknell Police station. There is also additional security equipment which John Diack the MSA for Maidenhead has which is available through the NHW. 

Many of the signs have been up for over 20 years and some are now sun-bleached & unreadable. If this is the case with yours please let me know & we can arrange for replacements to be provided (residents to erect). I have requested guidelines from BFBC for attaching NHW signs to lamp posts just in case they have some specific requirements. Generally any sign should be out of reach (say about 2.5m up) and not covering any other signs/labels.

Regards
Peter Cruickshank

 
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Peter Cruickshank (NWN, MSA, Thames Valley, Bracknell Forest)

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