Chilly days and (hopefully) crime-free nights
Catch up on what’s happening in your community.
The Henley on Klip Community Policing Forum (HCPF) is having their monthly patrol meeting on Tuesday 7 May 18:30 for 19:00 until +/- 20:00 at The Windmill Coffee Shop, Bokmakierie Road.
You don’t have to be a patroller to be concerned about crime. You’re welcome to attend the monthly CPF meeting at the Windmill Coffee Shop and find out what’s on the go in your area – from car wheels, to gate motors, or simply the hares that bound into the darkness.
This is a monthly get-together where crime statistics, precautions and patrols are discussed. It is usually attended by members of the South African Police Service (SAPS).
Many members of the CPF are not active patrollers, but they have radios to call for assistance in an emergency and access to Telegram awareness groups. Visit: https://www.henley-cpf.co.za
Crime Stats & Activities
Security Companies – Crime feedback
Digital Radios – status and update
The Windmill Coffee Shop is in Bokmakierie Road, off Henley Drive. Meals can be ordered in advance for takeaway. Phone: 063 136 2910 / 063 212 8706.
All Henleyites are invited to attend. Please RSVP for catering purposes no later than 6 May at 17:00. Tracey: 083 457 9627 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Off the Rails: Henley’s haunted house
It was once a prefab hut for the British army, perhaps used for officers’ billets or a hospital annex, then, shipped to South Africa in 1904, it was one of Henley on Klip’s first family homes and a church.
If you can’t spell a street name, blame the Kents
Triumph and Disaster – The True Story of Horace Kent.