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Connect 2 Protect Conference 23 June 2018
Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch (NottsWatch) would like to invite all involved in the organisation (or interested in becoming involved) with neighbourhood watch, to this year’s conference.
As usual, we have an excellent line up of speakers, plus a free lunch for all delegates.
Details in the attached pdf.
Spaces are limited so please book your seat now, using the Eventbrite link in the attached pdf.
If you would like to bring a guest(s), please order the appropriate number of tickets via Eventbrite and email us to confirm all names attending, to assist with our registration process. If you later find you are unable to attend, please advise us (preferably at least 7 days before).
Contact may be made via Eventbrite or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of previous conferences can be viewed at
www.nottswatch.co.uk > About Us > Conference/AGM Minutes
You may be asking, what is Connect 2 Protect?
Mansfield and Ashfield NHW have launched a project to:
Strengthen and develop existing Neighbourhood Watch community structures, connection and engagement; initially in Mansfield and Ashfield and then rolling out across Nottinghamshire. Moving from a crime focused to a wider social inclusion approach.
- encourage stronger relationships and support an holistic approach to the health, safety & wellbeing of local communities; helping people to live better, for longer in their own homes and neighbourhoods. This project is about helping people to help themselves.
- Introduce more flexible and relevant methods of communication.
This project is championed by the Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch (NottsWatch) Association who are community representatives of NHW schemes throughout Nottinghamshire.
The national Neighbourhood Watch Network charity is also supporting the development of this project’s approach nationally. Mansfield/Ashfield and Nottingham City have agreed to be two of their ten pilot sites across the country; testing new ways of working and focusing on widening the approach and reach to communities.
Updated: 19/05/2018 by John Lennard (NottsWatch, Administrator, Nottinghamshire)