Image courtesy of Holt Park Tenants and Residents Association
Last night (26/02) saw more than 30 local residents turn out to see police crime commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson as guest speaker at a Holt Park Tenants and Residents Association monthly meeting.
In a productive meeting the Police and Crime Commissioner explained his role in holding the Chief Constable to account, setting the policing budget and making communities in West Yorkshire safer and feel safer.
Mark took a wide range of questions from the audience including how he allocates the budget, how to apply for the Safer Communities Fund, how his role compares to that of the Police Authority and how West Yorkshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner are dealing with severe Government cuts.
Mark told the attendees that he spends over 50 per cent of his time out of the office visiting the community and said that the value of these meetings could not be overlooked.
Mark also spoke about the progress the Proceeds of Crime campaign is making after meeting with Policing Minister Damian Green earlier this week to discuss closing loopholes in the legislation. He also spoke about his Proceeds of Crime campaign to get more of the cash seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act back into West Yorkshire. Currently 50 per cent of POCA cash goes back to the Treasury.
To support the campaign, sign the petition here http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/52046
January 30th, 2014 · Events
Do you own a car? Have you ever had your registration plates stolen?
Your local PCSO Rachael Nicklin will be at ASDA, Holt Park between 10:30 – 14:30 on Sunday 2nd February to swop your existing screws with anti theft screws.
West Yorkshire Police are committed to tackling car crime. The stealing of registration plates from cars raises concerns both for the Police and the car owner if the registration plates are then used in crime.
This process takes approximately 10 minutes of your time but will help to protect you and your vehicle from becoming a target.
The numbers up for thieves
Please share this information so the we can help protect more people in our local area
Today I wanted to share with you our website stats for 2013 as well as our top 10 most visited articles
In 2013 we had a total of 7,718 people visit our website
Of the 7,718 people who visited our website they spent an average of 1 minute 10 seconds reading our website
and out of the 7,718 people who visited the website over half the people went on to read an additional page on the website
below are our most visited articles in 2013
1. Plans to bring Holt Park Back to Life
2. Holt Park Active Now Open
3. Leeds Celebrates Chinese New Year 2013
4. Crime reports
5. Holt Park Leisure Centre shuts down
6. 14-18 year olds bodyline gym membership 5 for 2 months special offer
7. A guided tour of Lanswood Cemetery
8. Ralph Thoresby High School we have rocked you
9. Happy Valentines day – Things we love about Holt Park
10. Cookridge Village Hall amateur dramatic society presents snow white
We want to say a big thank you to everyone who retweeted these posts or Liked and Shared them on Facebook. Please help us get 2014 off to a great start by sharing this post using one of the buttons below. We will have more great articles for you in 2014
A new organisation has been set up to help parents and members of the Holt Park community engage with their local school.
Friends of Ralph Thoresby is in its infancy and a launch event, to help gain people’s views on what the aims of the group should be, will take place on Monday 9th December at 7pm at Ralph Thoresby School.
Also at the event will be Joanna Williamson, founder of Friends of Lawnswood and current chairperson Annette Dadds. They will be give an insight into how their organisation was started and the benefits for parents, school and the community.
Assistant Headteacher, Brian Wilson hopes those in attendance can evening can help benefit the school and community. He said: “This is an opportunity to gain more information and discuss how the ‘Friends’ can move forward, so ideas and opinions are welcome.”
Featured image ‘Ralph Thoresby High School’ by Rich Tea available at http://tinyurl.com/m37tzlg under Creative Commons Attribution.
Tags: holt park·Leeds·LS16·ralph thoresby
If you oppose the Leeds Trolley Bus today is the last day in which you can officially object.
If you don’t want to see three areas of Woodhouse Moor destroyed, Monument Moor, part of Little Moor and all of the broad grass verge and avenue of trees on the south side of Woodhouse Lane we urge you to send an email today to Leeds City Council Legal Services department objecting to the proposal on the grounds that (1) All of the park is well used and (2) It would be wrong to go ahead with the proposed appropriation in advanced of the public inquiry
If the council and Metro are successful in their appropriation of Woodhouse Moor, the people of Leeds would no longer be able to complain at the public inquire that the trolleybus route affects the park as the parts of the park affected would no longer be ‘park’
Please send your email to: email@example.com
and quote reference: A76/DO/094793
Below we have written a template email, which you can copy and paste and modify for your own purposes.
With regards to reference: A76/DO/094793
I am writing to object to the Leeds trolley bus and specifically to the appropriation of Woodhouse Moor.
I wish to let you know that all of Woodhouse Moor is well used by a wide and diverse range of Leeds residents. I therefore feel it would be wrong to go ahead with the proposed appropriation in advance of the public inquiry.
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Featured image ‘Woodhouse Moor’ by New Generation Transport available athttp://tinyurl.com/qbxep7h under Creative Commons Attribution.
Tags: Hyde Park·Leeds·Trolley Bus·Trolleybus·Woodhouse Moor