Neighbourhood Watch SA Column with Lisa Allen
Two Wells Blue Light Group was happy to fund students from Two Wells Primary School’s Reception to Year 2 classes to attend the Road Safety Centre at Thebarton.
The centre allowed the students to ride the bicycles around a course, which has traffic lights, railway crossings and pedestrian crossings.
The purpose of the centre is to help teach the children road rules, along with how to stay safe on the road.
This was a very informative session and all the students had a good time.
• It is with great appreciation we thank John Winsor of Two Wells Police for his efforts in the group and in particular the Blue Light events.
John is leaving to join Barossa Highways and Gary Wills will be taking his place.
• Neighbourhood Watch will be on holidays until February 4, 2014, when we will return to a joint meeting with Mallala at Mallala.
• The Two Wells and Lewiston area has been a target for interference of motor vehicles, where peoples’ belongings have been taken from cars. Please, do not to leave belongings in cars.
Thefts from vacant blocks and houses have increased, along with the council’s grader having its diesel and tools stolen.
Be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to police on 131 444.
• A safe and merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year from all at Neighbourhood Watch.