The Chairman and members of Uplyme Parish Council wish to express their sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and members of the Royal Family following the death of Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
PCSO Wooster reported on crimes for the last month, viz.
- Theft of a cast iron fireplace that was left outside – no suspects or witnesses.
- Burglary Dwelling – Entry gained to insecure property, search made but nothing stolen.
She reminds you that “I will be at Uplyme Church on Thursday 16th January between 09.00am & 10.00am for any concerns or issues (police related!).” No-one attended the last “Coffee Cop Shop” in December – so if you have any worries, please try and find the time to go along
She did some speed checks in Yawl yesterday, with the following results:
Traffic was monitored both ways between 11.00am & 12.00pm. 92 vehicles passed in the time.
84 of these vehicles passed through within the speed limit; six at 35mph; one at 36mph, one at 37 & one at 38mph.
These checks will be repeated over the next few weeks to see if there is justification for setting up a Speedwatch scheme, and figures will be sent to the Road Casualty Reduction Officer.