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This message is dated Thursday 5th May 2022 - Maidenhead

Alert message sent 05/05/2022 12:03:00

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After two years of pandemic isolation, the Maidenhead NHW Association is re-emerging and getting back to work.  They will be holding a very brief AGM to appoint Officers, followed by a ‘Crime Prevention Roadshow’.

The Agenda will be:
Me – Welcome – Summer Burglary Campaign, current Scams & Frauds, Update re Community SpeedWatch
A local Neighbourhood PCSO – Their role and how they support the Community – FREE Home Security Survey
An RBWM Community Warden – Their role and how they can support the Community
Roger Aisladie – What does the Community Safety Team Volunteers do – would you like to join them ?
John Diack – the Chair of the Maidenhead NHW Association – why you should join a NHW Scheme, or start your own.  He will be looking for potential Area Co-ordinators.  At least one, from each community / ward in Maidenhead.  He believes NHW is a grass roots organisation.  There is no hierarchy, but there are just levels of support.  Everyone involved is a volunteer, giving as much of their valuable time as they can.  All schemes – belong to their members.  John hopes to provide them with whatever support / encouragement they need, to make them as effective as possible.

The venue has a capacity of 50 attendees.  All are welcome, but it will be on a first come first served basis.  Please email John Diack, to get one of the places -

NEXT:  Calling all green-fingered residents to enter our Garden in Bloom 2022 competition

Green-fingered residents in the borough are encouraged to enter this year’s Garden in Bloom competition which was launched at this week's Full Council meeting by the Mayor, Councillor John Story.

Any garden visible from a footpath or road is eligible for entry. Nominations can also be made by residents, passers-by or by councillors in their wards until Thursday 30 June.

There is just a single category, and the competition will be judged by councillors on a ward-by-ward basis. All entrants will receive a certificate and the winner and runner-up in each ward will also receive a rosette. In addition, the winner will receive a £20 voucher to spend at Braywick Heath Nurseries.

Nominations can be made by filling in the form available on our website

 or by emailing, A photo is welcome, but not necessary, and one nomination per address is all that is needed.


I have attached reference numbers to each crime report. If you live in the vicinity of any of the crimes mentioned and have CCTV or a video doorbell, can you please check the footage. If you have any that might be of interest to the police, can you please make contact with us, quoting reference number given.

Alternatively you can call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or email -

3/5  Tuesday 1.50 a.m.  Laggan Road / Savoy Court.  Report of 3 men trying to break into a black Mercedes in the road.  Ref. No;  43220188938
3/5  Tuesday 11.30 p.m.  Cordwallis Road.  Reports of two men walking along the road trying car door handles.  Ref. No:  432201
1/5  Providence Place.  A report of a bike propped up outside a shop being stolen.  An offender jumped on the bike and rode off.  Ref. No:  43220187142
3/5  Tuesday 5.45 p.m.  High Street.  Locked up bike stolen from a bike rack outside a shop.  A white, Giant Roam 3, man’s hybrid trail bike.  Ref. No:  43220190847


3/5  Tuesday 6.50 p.m.  Lesters Road, Cookham.  Garage break.  Door forced.  A Honda 750 cc motorbike index VBH ** OW and a socket set stolen.  Ref. No:  43220190288
4/5  Wednesday midnight / 6 a.m.  New Road, Cookham.  Garden Shed break.  Tools stolen.  Ref. No:  43220191754


2/5  Monday 2 a.m. – 3 a.m.  Cox Green lane.  Multiple reports of a man caught on video doorbells, walking along the road, checking out houses and walking up and down driveways – even going around the back of properties !  This is usually just a scoping exercise.  Our Opportunist thieves are always looking for the easiest option.  If they could see you had good security – they will move on looking for easier pastures !  In the meantime – just to make sure – ensure you lock up securely at night and don’t take chances.

30/4 – 1/5  Bucklebury Close, Holyport.  CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS – brand new Nike trainers stolen.  Ref. No:  43220188433
4/5  Wednesday 1 a.m.  Fishery Road.  Grey, Range Rover Sport – index AK ** XPB stolen from outside a house.  This was witnessed by the owner, when he heard the car start and drive away. – 4 men drove up in a Vauxhall Corsa used a relay device to open and start the car.  The Range Rover was later tracked by the police in Bray.  It was in convoy with a car of stolen plates.  The car was not seen again.  Ref. No:  43220190689

Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.

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Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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