Neighbourhood Watch hold AGM
The Manor Way and Area Neighbourhood Watch will hold their Annual General Meeting this Monday (June 1).
The meeting will cover a variety of topics relating to the area.
Manor Way and Area Neighbourhood Watch enjoys an active partnership with Rutherglen Police Station, who will be in attendance at the meeting.
A neighbourhood watch is a systematic local vigilance by householders to discourage crime.
The meeting will start by going through the agenda. Some of the items that will be highlighted are the issue of ample parking spaces on nearby streets, warnings on how to detect any fraudsters attempting to operate in the area, the Burnside in Bloom gala day and more.
There will then by an open forum, where people will get the chance to pose questions to local councillors as well as police and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
The meeting will commence at 7.30pm at the Burnside Blairbeth Church Hall on church Avenue.
All are welcome.
The Manor Way Neighbour Hood Watch is extremely successful and has almost 500 members, they are also a member of the Association Of Scottish Neighbourhood Watches.
They cover the Burnside and Blairbeth area
Committee member Frank Conway said:“We welcome all residents who want to get involved in their community to come along to the AGM.”
For more information, or to join the neighbourhood watch, visit http://www.manorwayarea.co.uk.