Gutters blocked? Gutters/Down Pipework mis-aligned?
Windows you can’t clean on the outside as they’re too high up?
Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch have been able to obtain a bulk discount as follows…
Guttering and down pipe clearance and roof check front & back £220 per property**
Window Cleaning (if taken with the above offer) front & back £50 per property**
(THIS WOULD NORMALLY COST c.£400!)
Additional items/Preventative Measures:
Wire ballons £5 each – therefore c.£30 per property.
The Brush (hedgehog) system along the guttering £120 per property.
Colin Finch will be coming to Schubert Road on Saturday and Sunday 5th & 6th April 2014
If you wish to take him up on this offer please call him on 07515 748 256 (BY Saturday 22nd March 2014)
Any contract made with Colin Finch is between you and Colin directly – all payments must be made to him directly and Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch reserve their right to not be held liable for any action or inaction which results in any losses. Likewise, should this visit be cancelled due to bad weather, illness or any other reason Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch reserve their right to not be held liable for any lossess.
PLEASE NOTE SHOULD YOU MISS THE DEADLINE (of Saturday 22nd March 2014) OF BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT WITH MR FINCH – YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO UTILISE HIS SERVICES NOR OBTAIN THE SAME DISCOUNT.
**N.B. We’re able to obtain this price – based on a minimum of 10 houses taking up this offer – if insufficient numbers are obtained the prices above may rise – Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch again can not be held liable should the prices above increase due to a lack of interested parties.
While the co-ordinator and other organisers of Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch (“the organisers”) post advertisements for third parties in good faith, they give no representation or warranty about the goods and services which are advertised. In particular, the organisers have not taken any steps to test the quality of goods and services or to establish the qualifications and experience of service providers. The organisers therefore make no claim that goods are of merchantable quality or fit for purpose or that services will be of a satisfactory standard. You must therefore rely exclusively on your own enquiries tests and judgement. If you accept goods and services from people advertising on this blog and things go wrong, the organizers accept no liability to you.
Putney Village are a community for over 60s in Putney, go along to one of their free coffee mornings in Putney Exchange to find out more. Take a look at the poster below for more information:
From the OurWatch website:
“Did you know that you can turn your online shopping into donations for NHWN? Every time you buy something you could be raising money for the Network.
If you register on the website www.easyfundraising.org.uk, over 2,700 well known retailers, including Amazon, John Lewis, eBay and Tesco will donate a small percentage of what you spend to NHWN.
It’s a really simple process, all you have to do is:
Register at www.easyfundraising.org.uk
When you’re asked to choose your cause, select the Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network (England & Wales)
There is even an ‘Easy fundraising toolbar’ that you can install that lets you know when you are on the website of a participating retailer, so with just one click you can choose to donate and carry on shopping as normal.
There is no intrusive adverts and it doesn’t cost you anything extra on top of your shopping.
We would be grateful if you could help to spread the word about this among your Neighbourhood Watch and Home Watch Associations in your area and get them to spread the message too. You might also want to tell your family and friends!”
Dear Schubert Road Resident,
Following on from our very successful Jubilee Street Party in 2012 and progress we have made since then preventing cold callers on the road and campaigning for the council and Thames Water to make improvements, we are sending you an update from your Neighbourhood Watch Team.
Reminders for all residents:
- We are all volunteers and we do all this work to help make the road a lovely place to live – but we cannot do this on our own – we appreciate all help and really do need others to help take the strain – let us know if you can help with anything (leaflet distribution etc). We aim to make the NW cost neutral. If you’re being asked to pay towards something – it’s only because ‘we’ can’t bear the whole cost ourselves.
- If you are invited to a street gathering or asked to vote on something or asked to do something – please RSVP to let us know you’re coming, please do VOTE when asked to ensure your voice and wishes are heard, please do ACT if asked, as without your assistance we can’t obtain bulk discounts/keep the Gardening/Book clubs going etc. Also we cannot cater for unconfirmed guests as we are a small group with limited time and resources. Your help and cooperation in this matter make all the difference.
- Reminder about using Facebook/blog – please subscribe to the blog (schubertroad.org) and like us on Facebook (Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch) to be kept up to date with all news, as we will no longer be sending out paperwork. If you have no internet access, please inform us and we can try to ensure that information is delivered to you by another means. This is also the best way to find out about local clubs (book/gardening etc.), babysitters, local contractors and events.
- If something is bothering you – let us know – perhaps we can help – perhaps others in the street are also struggling with a problem. It is much easier and more effective if we can act as a group.
Objectives of Schubert Road Neighbourhood Watch:
- To make the community a safer, more enjoyable place to live, work and play; looking out for the elderly, disabled and others in need of help.
- To promote issues such as security and safety, working closely with community groups including the Metropolitan Police, Council etc. and when there are issues putting pressure on these and other groups – Councils, Police, the Water Board, mis-behaving neighbours etc. to solve the problem.
- To share Information on local and tried contractors, babysitters, house sitters etc.
Please take a look at the other side of this letter to find details of our exciting new Schubert Road Bake Off happening this summer!
Louise, Daphne, Paddy and Anne
Below is the invitation for our Schubert Road Bake Off Street Party:
A resident of Schubert Road would like to offer 3 sofas and an armchair that they no longer need:
Red sofa approx 150cm
Red armchair approx 85cm wide
2 floral patterned sofas approx 165cm
All of these are free to anyone who can collect them, please comment on this post if you are interested in any or all of them.
“I am writing to notify you that there has been a large increase in residential burglaries in certain areas of Wandsworth borough. The Tooting area has been hit very hard and during the past two weeks Southfields has suffered a spate of front door slip lock burglaries. Please can you inform the members of your neighbourhood watch schemes to remain vigilant. To use two locks on the front door when exiting their properties, to ensure windows are also locked and secure, and when going to sleep in the evening to ensure two locks are used on the front door also. Many of the slip lock burglaries have occurred at night while residents have been asleep in their beds. To date East Putney Ward has not seen burglaries increase and your continued vigilance from now and through out the Christmas and holiday period will ensure it remains the safest ward in Wandsworth.
The police continue to patrol your area regularly and we are working hard towards identifying and finding the persons responsible for the recent burglaries in the borough. If your members see anything unusual or suspicious on their street please encourage them to report it to us on the 101 number.
PCSO 7231 Noel Perkins
Email – TBC
Tel – 101″
This week’s Putney Crime Report
Southfields residents should take extra care as there were a few cases of burglars slipping front door latches in order to get into homes to steal property.
Get your full Putney Crime Report
Own your own home
Get advice and support on how to buy your first home – including Right to Buy, shared ownership and the House Purchase Grant – at the town hall’s Affordable Housing Open day on Thursday.
Bumblebee is back
The police have created ‘area Bumblebee teams’ to target places where burglars could strike as the winter nights draw in. Find out what you can do to make your home safer.
Check smoke alarms when you change clocks
The clocks go back this weekend. The Government’s Fire Kills campaign is urging people to check their smoke alarms at the same time that they change their clocks.
A street briefing will be held by the East Putney
Safer Neighbourhood Team in Ringford Road on Friday (Oct 25) from 7pm to 7.30pm.