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The latest Neighbourhood Watch Network e-newsletter is now available.

In this issue we hear about the three new online toolkits the Network has produced for members and coordinators covering social media, burglary prevention and managing a scheme.

We also hear feedback to Fundraising and Social Media workshops, advice on how to achieve a great working relationship with the Police and a new campaign to tackle scammers.

All this and more in the new issue of Our News - the Neighbourhood Watch Network e-newsletter. The newsletter is attached to this email or alternatively download it from our website at: www.ourwatch.org.uk/new-issue-of-our-news-out-now/ 

Yours sincerely,
Neighbourhood Watch Network.

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More information about the Neighbourhood Watch Network can be found at: www.ourwatch.org.uk.

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