Monthly Archives: November 2017

Vintage Teas Raises over £300 for Macmillan Cancer Support!

Debbie pouring tea

Macmillan Coffee Morning

The Vintage coffee cups came out again for another successful coffee morning.
Many Thanks to all those who supported this event, from tidying the hall, supplying prizes, helping on the day, baking cakes, sending donations, to coming on the day to drink coffee & eat cake.
Together we raised £316.54 towards the “Biggest Coffee Morning” fundraiser and the wonderful work done by Macmillan Cancer Support.
Congratulations to John Kegg who correctly guessed the Bear’s name as “Sandy”, winning himself the bear and the Spa Toiletries Hamper.  Congratulations also to his wife, Candy, who won the Coffee Hamper and Book by choosing the winning cup in the Macmillan’s “Double Shot” game.
Thank you all
Deb Watts.

Bicycles Stolen in Fenny Compton & Tysoe

There have been two burglaries in the local area this week. Please secure outbuildings and keep an eye out for strangers.

Burglary in Fenny Compton

At around 8am on the 27th October, the resident of a home in Bridge Street, Fenny Compton saw a male in the rear of the garden of the house.  When the male realised he had been spotted he walked off.

It was later discovered that the garage had been broken into an a bike had been stolen.

The offender is described as a grey haired male, wearing a brown jacket and black trousers.

If you saw anything or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and refer to inc 264 of 27/10/17.

For crime prevention advice visit: www.warwickshireruralwatch.co.uk

Bike Stolen in Tysoe

Some time between 6.30am and 12 noon on 31 October, offenders entered an insecure carport at a home in Church Farm Crescent, Tysoe and cut through the steel cable securing a black and white mountain bike to a rack on the wall.  The offenders then stole the bike.

If you saw anything or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and refer to inc 448 of 31/10/17.

For crime prevention advice visit: www.warwickshireruralwatch.co.uk