Users of the site have commented on how useful the live feeds are on the site. So far they have been used by our Grounds maintenance teams from Oasis to give live updates of their activities when they are on site at Dettingen Park.
itsyourplace have now created a live feed and so will be able to update residents of all issues that have been reported and when issues have been resolved.
There are several ways residents can view the feeds as follows:
You can also use the above methods to follow the Dettingen Park & Oasis Gardens feeds.
Kate Houghton, Director of itsyourplace will be updating the feed regularly so keep an eye on the latest news at Dettingen Park.
This morning I have noticed some fly tipping has occurred to the north of the development on the private MOD owned road that separates Dettingen Park and the officers mess cricket club.
It is really important that if you see anything suspicious that you report it to Surrey Police on the non emergency phone number 101. Or if you see fly tipping in progress call 999.
If at all possible make a note of the vehicle registration number but capturing any of the following information is also useful:
- Descriptions of individuals and what they were wearing
- Registration, make, model and colour of any vehicles involved. if the vehicular has any distinguishing marks such as dents or dashboard bling such as dice and so on.
- Note the time
- And if possible get an image on your mobile phone but do not place yourself in danger.
It is also important to report anything you see to the police immediately as the vehicles involved could still be in the area and the police could see it out and about on thier patrols.
Lets make sure that the word gets out that Deepcut is not a good place to fly tip as residents are switched on and will report any suspicious activity. I witnessed what appeared to be such activity this morning and reported it to the police. They were on scene within 5 minutes. It did turn out to be a innocent but the police did not make me feel bad at all that it did not turn out to be criminal activity.
Tonight is the first time we have taken our daughter trick or treating and she loved it.
There was an incredible community spirit tonight at Dettingen Park in Deepcutwith so many households really getting into the Halloween swing of things and making it so special for all the children.
Read more via – Halloween at Dettingen Park – Photo blog
Deepcut Village Association is holding its AGM on Thursday 10th November 2011, starting at 8pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and discuss with us anything to do with the Centre and how it is managed.
Please come to the meeting to find more about your Community Centre and the activities taking place.
We do NEED volunteers to help with a variety of things relating to the Centre, ranging from the occasional hour to 3-4 hours a month.
I look forward to greeting as many of you as possible at the meeting.
Angela Mitchell, Chair of the Deepcut Village Association
PCSO Lisa Ford, NSO PC Andy Riley & PCSO 'Babs' Ball
Your neighbourhood policing team will be holding its quarterly community panel meeting on Tuesday 20th September at 7pm at the Spar Shop, Dettingen Park.
This is an opportunity for Deepcut Residents to speak to their nighbourhood policing team and set the community policing priorities for the forthcoming quarter.
Dettingen Park has seen an increase in anti social behaviour involving youths recently that is causing a number of residents concern so this is a perfect chance to have your policing team address these concerns.
It has now been just over a year since residents of Dettingen Park were victorious in removing managing agent Peverel OM after a three year battle.
We formed our own resident led Management company Dettingen Park Management Company Limited and employed itsyourplace to act as managing agents for our wonderful community.
Kate & Richard along with their team have been busy in restoring our estate back to its former glory.
Shortly, Kate will be publishing a news letter to update residents on all matters Dettingen Park.
I hope residents find this web site useful and if you have any suggestions as to what you would like to see on the site please do let me know.
In the mean time, if you have not already subscribed to the community email distribution list you can do so here.
The community web forums were getting a little tired. What with everything going on with Peverel I decided to take the opportunity to build a new web site for the community.
Any input from residents would be welcome.