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Church Farm Neighbourhood Watch
The Church Farm Neighbourhood Watch & Residents Association group was formed and fully constituted in December 2004. The group covers an area bordered by Kingswood Road, Pennine Way, Ansley Road and Church Road. The group has 12 active Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators who regularly attend the group meetings which are held every 3rd Thursday of the month at the Stockingford Allotments Association Pavilion. The meetings are also regularly attended by Ward Councillors, County Councillors and Police Community Support Officers. Three members of the group are also Executive Committee members of the Nuneaton & Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch Association. The aims of the Church Farm Group are to promote the interests and represent all residents in the Church Farm area. To also promote social activities and to strive to make the area a better, safer, cleaner and happier place to live. Success stories include the free issue of Smart Water when the group was initially formed. The Church Farm group won the Best Neighbourhood Watch Street/Area Award 2009 and was awarded a certificate and £100 by Warwickshire Police. Funding obtained and palisade fencing erected along St Paul's Jitty which borders the Stockingford Allotments, this has reduced crime within the allotments and bordering dwellings. Extra dual bins installed across the road from St Paul's School and at the junction of Church Road and Kingswood Road.
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