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OTHER ORGANIZATIONS & ACTIVITIES

 
Rowlands Castle Association  
The aim of the Association is to conserve the character of Rowlands Castle, to provide a channel of communication on matters of local interest and to enhance the life of the village.

The "Grapevine"
The Grapevine is an email list managed by the Rowlands Castle Association for the circulation of urgent news and information of interest in the village. For more details on how to sign up for this service, please click on this link. Signing up for Grapevine

Rowlands Castle Neighbourhood Watch
Coordinator: Steve Protheroe(9241 3440).

Remembrance Sunday
On the 11th day of the 11th Month, the Union Flag is lowered at 11 am on the Village Green for 2 minutes silence to honour those who fought for our freedom.

Rowlands Castle Police Beat Surgery
Routine police visits to the village are now made through a programme of School and Street Engagements, each lasting 90 minutes to gives schools and residents an opportunity to meet the Beat Teams. Tables showing the dates, times and locations of these engagements are displayed on the Parish Council Community noticeboards in Rowlands Castle and Finchdean.
Telephone numbers for contacting the police at other times are:

999 Urgent Attention (i.e. Crimes in Progress)
0845 045 45 45 Not so urgent (i.e.offenders left the scene)
0800 555 111 Crime Dtoppere, anonymous reporting
101 Vandalism and others for police attention later

Speedwatch
is a scheme sponsored by the police which involves members of the public monitoring traffic in the village with speed measuring devices (not speed guns). Volunteers are needed for roadside monitoring and administration or coordination. Anyone interested should email southofbutser.snt@hampshire.pnn.police.uk or call 101 leaving a message for the South of Butser beat team, quoting interest in Speedwatch.

Streetwatch
Street Watch is run by local residents promoting good citizenship and supporting a stronger community. The scheme is fully supported by Hampshire Police. Please consider giving 2 hours per month to support your local community.
Contact Steve Protheroe 9241 3440 or Rowlands Castle Parish Council 9241 3044 for more information.

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