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Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch Network in New Partnership with LocalHalo.com

Good Evening everyone,

We are delighted to announce that we are going to be in partnership with LocalHalo.com, which is a British company who have deisgned a whole new way of communication between local communities.

They are working with us to develop their Neighbourhood Watch section and to trial it in Greenwich borough. The Central Support Team and CEO John Hayward-Cripps have asked us to work with Halo to develop a networking space specifically for Neighbourhood Watch.

The great thing is that we are going to have an input and if we request a certain thing, then they will come up with something to do the thing we ask for, tailor it to our needs as associations, coordinators and neighbours, as well as linking with local businesses etc.

Private local chat

Neighbours can chat privately and in confidence. You can even message anonymously!

Fix issues

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Aware and alert

Know about important updates first. Urgent safety and epic celebration, even launch your own alerts

Our future communities

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The plan is to roll this out to three ward areas to start with, these will be:




The coordinators for these areas will shortly be contacted. They will also have a contact with Halo who will be asking them for feedback and ideas to develop the app for us.

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