Greenhithe Community Trust has received a grant from Upper Harbour Local Board to purchase Greenhithe community’s first public defibrillator! It will be on the outside wall at the Greenhithe Fire Station.

Further information for the community will follow about how to access it. A free community training course will be on offer.

On the topic of safety, emergencies happen anytime, anywhere, and it is up to you to be ready. Here are some helpful tips https://getready.govt.nz/

Have you signed up to Greenhithe Neighbourhood Support to receive the monthly email including the latest Police crime map of Greenhithe?  We encourage everyone in Greenhithe to sign up! Just contact me to sign up or find out who your Street Contact is.

Do you like the new look Neighbourhood Support logo below? It recognises the pivotal role of police surrounded by community, and importance of taha Maori and that everyone belongs. You can collect your new street sign by contacting me.

And of course, we all know that being neighbourly is as simple as smiling, waving, and chatting over the fence.

Best Regards

 

Marie Bishop
Greenhithe Neighbourhood Support Facilitator
marie@greenhithecommunitytrust.co.nz

Call 105 to report a crime that has occurred.

Call 111 for an emergency.

Text *555 to report a road incident or unsafe driver.

Troy Williamson is our local policeman. Text him on 021 191 4227
If you want to join the community patrols email nhcommunitypatrol@gmail.com
There is now a patrol that covers Greenhithe.

By | 2019-09-12T06:07:49+00:00 September 12th, 2019|News|Comments Off on Great news for a safer Greenhithe!