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Sent on behalf of Eastbourne Neighbourhood Watch Association

Alert message sent 04/11/2020 16:20:00

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Wednesday, 4 November 2020



To our Committee, coordinators, members, and supporters,

Due to the national lock-down and worsening coronavirus pandemic, with a slight rise in infections locally, we should all take extra care. Whilst private property and houses are more easy to protect (home owners being able individually to ask visitors to comply with hygiene regulations), unfortunately most apartment buildings seem to be an category where there is little protection and visitors (all categories) are seemingly in many able to enter unchallenged and walk around freely disregarding the vulnerability of residents or of any of the Government hygiene recommendation’s.

Therefore, in an attempt to strengthen apartment block’s protection, your Neighbourhood Watch Association, has attached a sign for your use, this for the building front entrances. The sign is simply there to remind ‘all’ visiting category visitors to please respect that there are vulnerable residents and to adhere to hygiene regulations.

If you are unable to produce/print the sign please advise us and we will arrange to place one on your front entrance/door.

Be safe -

Ken Ross

Chair, Eastbourne Neighbourhood Watch Association
 

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