News in brief: Watch for car crime, dumping

• THERE there has been a bit of car crime around lately, with stolen number plates and burnt out vehicles.

Please be aware and if you see anything or anyone acting suspiciously, report it to Two Wells police or call 131 444.

• Roadside rubbish dumping seems to have increased in our area lately.

This illegal activity detracts from the beauty of our region and can also be dangerous to both humans and wildlife.

If you see anyone dumping rubbish on the side of the road, please note any details and report them to council or police.

If you notice any recently dumped roadside rubbish, advise Mallala Council so tit can be collected.

Let’s all work together to keep our area clean and tidy.

•  Next Neighbourhood Watch meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 13, at 7.30pm in Two Wells RSL, Old Port Wakefield road, Two Wells.

• Advance notice:  The next joint NHW meeting with Mallala and Thompson Beach will be held at Two Wells RSL on Tuesday June 3 at 7.30pm.

A guest speaker is being organised and a light supper will follow.  Please join us!

• BLUE LIGHT

Our first disco for the year was a great success with 221 attending.

Thank you to all the wonderful volunteers who helped to “make it happen”, and to the well-behaved youth who supported it.

Next Blue Light disco will be held on Friday, June 13, from 7pm to 9.30pm.

Fridge magnets have been printed with all Two Wells disco dates for 2014, and are available from Two Wells police station.

If you are interested in joining our Blue Light group or helping out at the discos, please log onto the blue light website www.bluelightsa.com.au/branches/two-wells/ for details or contact Senior Constable John Winsor at Gawler police station.

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