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Burglary - Northall

This article was published in February 2013. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

This is a Neighbourhood Alert message from Thames Valley Police, Aylesbury.

A burglary has been reported at a residential property on Leighton Road, Northall between 10am and 4pm on Thursday 14 February.  Offenders forced open the rear conservatory door and then smashed the glass in an internal door.  A search has been made but at this time it is unconfirmed what, if anything, has been stolen.

Please remain on your guard and make sure any suspicious activity is reported immediately to the Police.  Where possible obtain a description of them, along with details of any vehicle they may be using, especially the registration number.

DC Robinson from Aylesbury Local CID would like to hear from anyone that saw or heard anything suspicious between the times given.  If you  have any information please call the 24 hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

If you don't want to speak to the Police or give your details you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


Artistic pirates make their own eye patches

This article was published in September 2006. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Ahoy, me hearties!

Ahoy, me hearties!

Wee mateys at Northall Village Hall raised the masts, set sail and pretended to be shipwrecked on an island at the 2nd annual 'Churches Together' Summer Club.

The summer club is an ecumenical event with children, aged between five and 11 taking part from all the nearby village churches, including Salvation Army, Methodist, Baptist, Anglican and Roman Catholic.

This year the theme was pirates and more than 20 'crew' attended dressed in appropriate clothing. The children made their own pirate hats and eye patches on the first day to wear during the week.

The message for the week, that Jesus loves everyone, was told through the story of Paul being shipwrecked on Malta.

Children also had fun with games, arts and crafts, and hunting for treasure in the grounds of the village hall.

It was such a success that many are already looking forward to next summer.

Source: St Mary's Church News, September 2006