Mill Lane Playing Field is in urgent need of refurbishment and Hilton Parish Council is currently considering the options available to improve the area.

Hilton Residents are invited to give their opinion on the options available before a decision is made.  If you would like to contribute your opinion then please download the following form and complete it fully.

The form also contains information on what to do next:

 

Thank you for your support.

 

For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1310

Safer Neighbourhoods information and update:

Safer Neighbourhoods are all about you having a dedicated local team making your area safer, cleaner and a more pleasant place to live.  It may be you are fed up with anti-social and nuisance behaviour, for example. Or perhaps you have concerns about graffiti or vandalism?  Whatever the problem, Safer Neighbourhoods give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

 

At our last Safer Neighbourhood Meeting, on Tuesday 18th June 2013, it was decided by members of the public that Graffiti would be our new priority.

 

Your next Safer Neighbourhood Meeting for the Northwest Area date is

At Hilton village hall, Wednesday 6th November at 18.15hrs, this will be followed by the Council Forum meeting.

Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you as members of the community an opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

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For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1308

Northwest Area Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Safer Neighbourhoods information and update:

Safer Neighbourhoods are all about you having a dedicated local team making your area safer, cleaner and a more pleasant place to live.  It may be you are fed up with anti-social and nuisance behaviour, for example. Or perhaps you have concerns about graffiti or vandalism?  Whatever the problem, Safer Neighbourhoods give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

At our last Safer Neighbourhood Meeting, on Tuesday 18th June 2013, it was decided by members of the public that Graffiti would be our new priority.

 

Your next Safer Neighbourhood Meeting for the Northwest Area is

To be confirmed, this will be followed by the Council Forum meeting.

Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you as members of the community an opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

Changes to the team:-

Pcso Kate Bottomley 4592 has joined the team, replacing Pcso Karen Coldicott who has now moved to the Mercia area. Pcso Bottomley is an experienced PCSO and is fitting in well on the area.

Good news update for the area:-

  • The team have been working hard on the new priority set and have been changing some shifts to work until the early hours of the morning to conduct patrols which have been very successful in combating the issue.
  • A cannabis warning has been issued on Witham close Hilton.
  • A cannabis warning has also been issued in Etwall
  • A vehicle was seized at Dove Valley Park Foston for not having any insurance
  • A driver was arrested and their vehicle seized in Dalbury for excess alcohol and driving with an expired licence.
  • An arrest has been made in Hilton for x4 Thefts and burglary enquiries on going.
  • An arrest has been made in Etwall for an assault. Enquiries on going.
  • A fixed penalty notice was issued in Hilton for the person causing alarm, harassment and distress to person/s.

 

Would you like to receive information about what’s going on in your local area?

If so, Derbyshire Alert is the free community messaging system for the whole of Derbyshire, brought to you by Derbyshire Constabulary. By registering you can receive news, appeals, and local crime information and prevention advice to your e-mail, telephone or as a text message. Register at www.derbyshirealert.co.uk

For your local crime figures please visit www.police.uk

For further information on your area please visit www.derbyshire.police.uk

You can also follow Derbyshire police on twitter @derbyspolice or find us on facebook.com/derbyshireconstabulary

Follow your local team on Twitter: – @HiltonEtwallSNT

In an emergency, always dial 999.
For non-emergencies, dial 101. This operates 24 hours a day.

 

Contact your local beat team (NOT for reporting incidents):-

Email: south.neighbourhoods@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

PC Louise Durham Louise.Durham.14159@Derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

PCSO Kerry Waite; Kerry.Waite.4469@Derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

PCSO Kate Bottomley; kate.bottomley.4592@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

SGT Steve Todd; steve.todd.443@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

 

 

If you hate having to buy compost why not have a go at making your own? It’s free and better for the environment.

More than a third of household waste is made up of organic material which can be composted.
Grass cuttings, unwanted plants, cardboard, newspapers, fruit and vegetable peelings are all ideal.

Derbyshire County Council has a scheme which offers compost bins at very reasonable prices – with the added bonus that they can be delivered to households.

Compost bins cost as little as £16.98, plus £5.49 delivery per order. They are supplied by Straight plc.

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Visit www.derbyshire.getcomposting.com or call 0844 571 4444 for more details.

The low-cost compost bin is made from recycled plastic and carries a 15 year guarantee. The unit doesn’t require any putting together.

You can find out more about how to start composting at the Derbyshire County Council website by going to www.derbyshire.gov.uk/composting

There you’ll find more information as well as a leaflet on achieving the perfect compost.

Composting is a cost-effective and natural process that transforms kitchen and garden waste into a valuable resource.

It helps to reduce the amount of organic waste sent to landfill, reducing greenhouse gases.

Compost is a nutrient-rich food product for the garden which helps to improve soil structure, maintain moisture levels and keeps the soil’s PH balance in check.

As well as garden waste, much of your food waste can be composted.

A kitchen caddy allows anything from fruit and vegetable peelings to egg shells, tea bags, or even shredded paper to be collected and then emptied into your compost bin.

 

 

For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1211

Northwest Area Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Safer Neighbourhoods information and update:

Safer Neighbourhoods are all about you having a dedicated local team making your area safer, cleaner and a more pleasant place to live.  It may be you are fed up with anti-social and nuisance behaviour, for example. Or perhaps you have concerns about graffiti or vandalism?  Whatever the problem, Safer Neighbourhoods give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

 

At our last Safer Neighbourhood Meeting, on Wednesday 10th October 2012, we had no priorities / issues raised by members of the public for the local area. However, we continue to work towards reducing anti social behaviour with our ongoing Operation Pinamar Patrols.

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For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1210

Northwest Area Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Safer Neighbourhoods information and update:

Safer Neighbourhoods are all about you having a dedicated local team making your area safer, cleaner and a more pleasant place to live.  It may be you are fed up with anti-social and nuisance behaviour, for example. Or perhaps you have concerns about graffiti or vandalism?  Whatever the problem, Safer Neighbourhoods give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

 

At our last Safer Neighbourhood Meeting, on Wednesday 10th October 2012, we had no priorities / issues raised by members of the public for the local area. However, we continue to work towards reducing anti social behaviour with our ongoing Operation Pinamar Patrols.

 

Your next Safer Neighbourhood Meeting for the Northwest Area is:-

To be confirmed

Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you as members of the community an opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

Continue reading

For a PDF version of this Report click here: Police Report 1209

 

Northwest Area Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Safer Neighbourhoods information and update:

Safer Neighbourhoods are all about you having a dedicated local team making your area safer, cleaner and a more pleasant place to live.  It may be you are fed up with anti-social and nuisance behaviour, for example. Or perhaps you have concerns about graffiti or vandalism?  Whatever the problem, Safer Neighbourhoods give you the opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

At our last Safer Neighbourhood Meeting, on Wednesday 25th July 2012, we had no priorities / issues raised by members of the public for the local area. However, we continue to work towards reducing anti social behaviour with our ongoing Operation Pinamar Patrols.

 

Your next Safer Neighbourhood Meeting for the Northwest Area is:-

Wednesday 10th October 2012,6.15pm at The Village Hall, Sutton on the Hill

Safer Neighbourhood meetings give you as members of the community an opportunity to set the agenda in your area and help implement lasting solutions.

 

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The Village Hall, in association with Staffordshire Reels on Wheels are pleased to present

Ice Age 4 – Continental Drift

on Saturday 20th October 2012

at 3.30pm

To book a ticket, please contact:
Lyndsey on: 01283 730300 8am – 12pm
Clare on: 01283 730969 9am – 4pm
email: hiltonvillagehallbookings@hotmail.com

For more information see the Ice Age 4 – Reels on wheels poster.

Hilton Parish Council needs your HELP!

Dear Residents,

Hilton Parish Council is in the process of producing a:

  • Community Response Plan for Civil Emergencies

Once completed this will be adopted by the Parish Council and will be used in the case of a Civil Emergency.
Hilton Parish Council needs to produce a Community Support plan as part of this document and we are looking for specialist, within the community in the following fields to come forwards as volunteers in the case of such an emergency:

  • Medical: Doctors (can be retired), Nurses (can be retired), Serving Paramedics, Serving British Red Cross Staff, Serving St John Ambulance Staff, Qualified First Aiders, Chemists, Vets and Veterinary Nurses (can be retired)
  • Police: Serving Police Officers, PCSO’s and Specials
  • Fire and Rescue: Serving Firefighters
  • And any other Volunteer or Organisation that feels they could help in such cases.

Hilton Parish Council also needs within the community the following specialist/residents and their equipment to volunteer in the case of any emergency:

  • Farmers who have resources that would be of assistance to the community in an emergency situation (eg) snow clearing equipment, tractors, diggers etc.
  • Radio Communicators who hold a radio amateur licence.
  • Boat Owners in the community where flooding could be a hazard to help in a flood/water rescue situation.
  • Residents who have generators that could be used in the case of an emergency.
  • Residents who may own any road clearance equipment such as JCB’s, Power Saws, Chains, Ladders, Lighting etc or anything that you think may be of assistance

If you think you could help and would like to put yourself forward as a volunteer, please contact the Parish Council Clerk: Mrs Clare Orme as follows to be added to the plan:

Tel Office: 01283 730969
Tel Mobile: 0771 9599132
Email: clerk@hiltonparishcouncil.org.uk