PS Nik Farmer
Your nearest police station is Hucclecote Station
Hucclecote Police Station, 58 Hucclecote Road, Hucclecote, Gloucester GL3 3RT
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PS 1714 Nik Farmer
PC 106 Andy Plant
PCSO 9155 Kate Beck
PCSO 9157 Claire Perry
PCSO 9015 Clive Phillips
Over 35 Drivers Spoken to in Hucclecote and Barnwood Road Safety Operation
March 28 2013
Police in Hucclecote and Barnwood spoke to over 35 drivers about road safety earlier this week.
Operation Bismarck saw local policing team officers carrying out stop checks on motorists to ensure they were wearing seatbelts, not using mobile phones while driving and keeping their vehicle in good order.
Those travelling along Hucclecote Road and Barnwood Road were subject to the traffic initiative on Monday (March 25).
Cyclists were also spoken to about safety advice and not riding on the pavement.
Several fixed penalty notices were issued for drivers and passengers not wearing seatbelts. Three vehicles were also issued with defect rectification notices, which instruct drivers to repair defective lighting on their vehicle.
Police Community Support Officer Khim Mortimer, who planned the operation, said: "Operation Bismark wasn't about penalising motorists but about educating them in terms of road safety.
“We have a good team who are dedicated to policing Gloucester District neighbourhoods and supporting each community's priorities.
“Most drivers we spoke to were very happy to see us conducting the checks, as were the local residents.
“One real positive was that during the operation we didn’t see anyone using their mobile phone while driving.”
Cheltenham Town Players Present Medals at Police Organised Football Tournament for Hucclecote Schools
March 22 2012
Cheltenham Town players Marlon Pack and Luke Summerfield handed out the trophies at a police organised football tournament for Gloucester schools yesterday (March 21).
The Hucclecote Local Policing Team, University of Gloucestershire and Crimebeat charity ran the competition for the fourth consecutive year at the city’s Oxstalls campus.
Taking part were primary schools from Abbeymead, Barnwood, Coney Hill, Hillview, Elmbridge, Longlevens and Matson.
PCSO Mike Whitehouse said: “All the teams that took part had a very enjoyable day with Longlevens and Elmbridge primaries getting through to the final. It was a thrilling end to end match but ended goalless.
“There had to be a penalty shootout to separate the sides and it was won in the end by Elmbridge, making them tournament champions.
Other teams took part in a plate competition and after exciting games Moat were the winners there.
“The event is great for the community. It really helps the police break down any potential barriers with local youngsters and their parents and means more people are likely to come to us if they have concerns about crime or anti-social behaviour in the area."
McDonald’s Install Bollards at Barnwood to Stop Anti-Social Drivers
March 9 2012
McDonald’s have agreed to install bollards next to their restaurant in Barnwood to help stop noisy drivers ruining the quality of life for the community.
The local community partnership raised the issue of loud music and other noise coming from the Kwik Fit and Blockbusters car park in Northbrook Road just off Eastern Avenue towards the end of last year.
The local policing team took on the issue as a policing priority, giving out warnings and fixed penalty notices to those involved.
McDonald’s was also approached along with the other shops in the area to see if they could help provide solutions.
McDonald’s responded by installing signs asking customers to respect their neighbours and have now agreed to install bollards to prevent vehicles entering the car park when those businesses are closed.
PC Andy Plant, from the local policing team, said: "The community raised this issue with us, we listened, and took action.
“The warnings we gave out meant that if the offending person or vehicle was spotted behaving badly again the vehicle could be seized and crushed.
“McDonald’s have been fantastic in their response. They have worked closely with us and shown a great willingness to help solve this problem. We really hope this will now sort things out in the long term.”
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Barnwood Residents Association
Date:3:12PM Monday 11 March 2013 - 12:00AM Tuesday 31 December 2013
Address: Stanway Rd, Gloucester
Postcode: GL4 4RE
- Barnwood residents association: 2nd Tuesday of every month, at The Vibe 1830-1930hrs
Date:3:22PM Monday 11 March 2013 - 12:00AM Tuesday 31 December 2013
Address: Church Ln Gloucester
Postcode: GL4 3JB
Barnwood PIP: 2nd Monday of every month, at St Lawrence Church 1000-1100hrs
Barnwood Community Partnership Summer Fun
Date:12:00AM Saturday 06 July 2013 - 12:00AM Saturday 06 July 2013
Address: Stanway Road
Postcode: GL4 4RE
Barnwood Community Partnership Summer Fun day, 6th July at Coney Hill Park 1100-1500hrs
Your nearest police station is Hucclecote Station
Hucclecote Police Station, 58 Hucclecote Road, Hucclecote, Gloucester
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