Message from PCSO Michelle Wilkinson:
PCSO Kerry Croutear and I share the Winchester Rural beat area. We are both part time and job share, so if one of us is not on, the other should be. Our new PC is Vikki McCallum.
PCSO 15075 Michelle Wilkinson – 07901102292
PCSO 13466 Kerry Croutear – 07976962677
PC 28364 Victoria McCallum – 07795454351
The Winchester Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team email address is firstname.lastname@example.org (we no longer use the pnn in the address, if you have emailed us before!) This is the best email address to use as enquiries will be picked up by the whole team. Please do not report a crime by email, please visit the Hampshire Constabulary website to report online or phone 101/999.
We recently held a Beat Surgery at Otterbourne Recreation Ground and it is hoped that we will hold regular Beat Surgeries in the West, to enable parishioners to meet with their local officers, to share any policing matters or concerns and receive crime prevention advice. We appreciate that in recent times, it has been difficult to speak directly with the Police and we would like to make this a little easier for you, by arranging set date and times where you know where we’ll be. This is particularly important for the more vulnerable who perhaps don’t use social media and may need our help.
If you have any recommendations of busy locations, please let us know.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
PCSO 15075 Michelle Wilkinson
Winchester Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team
Alresford Police Office | Hampshire Constabulary
Update from Hampshire Highways
As part of Operation Resilience, Hampshire County Council’s programme to make Hampshire’s roads more resilient to the effects of extreme weather and heavy traffic, we will be undertaking drainage improvement works on Otterbourne Hill, between Kiln Lane and Boyatt Lane, which are in preparation for carriageway resurfacing which will be carried out a later date.
The drainage works are programmed to start on Monday 20th September 2021 and will last for approximately four weeks. During this time temporary traffic lights will be in operation 24 hours a day, and these will be manually controlled at peak times to minimise congestion. Working hours on site will be from approximately 07:30 to 18:00 each day. For more information visit OneNetwork - https://one.network/?tm=GB123425629
Whilst there is an allowance within the time periods shown above for delays, there may be times when we have to postpone works at very short notice; based on the latest weather forecasts, this can occur just prior to works commencing. We will always look to provide up to date information wherever we can, but sometimes these last minute decisions can be difficult to relay to the travelling public in a timely manner. When we can, any significant changes to the scheduled dates will be made clear on the yellow sign boards located at the works limits.