As you can see from the picture a 10 inch knife was found barely hidden on a sidewalk in undergrowth.
The knife is hard to see but the handler will know where it is and can retrieve it quickly.
The East London Advertiser reported on the story and shows how dangerous this knife is. If you can see such items in the undergrowth, hidden in bushes, grass or elsewhere please notify the police immediately.
A gun was also found in the Mile End Road by gardeners reports the ELA.
Police Contact Advice:
Telephone 999 in an emergency where there is a danger to life or a crime is in progress.
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies where police attendance is required, to report a crime or to report any other incidents. Calls to 101 have a fixed cost of 15p per call.
Meeting on Thursday 13th July 2017
from 6:30 – 7:30 pm
at the Glasshouse Community Centre
Please if you can, come and let us have your suggestions for placing bike shelters. I understand there are several shelters available to be installed.
If you cannot attend this meeting please complete the form and state as follows:
Thames Water notified residents of Rosebery House on Sewardstone Road that they intend to install a bulk water meter that measures supply to the area on the 26. June 2017. Water will be turned off between 9:00 and 17:00 for up to 3 hours.
Thames Water say they install that water meter to measure water leaks in their supply system.
The letter does not mention that their service agents will knock on anybody’s door. So you do not need to let anybody in who says they are checking your water supplies on the day. Any problems need to be reported to 0800 009 3816.
Residents are cordially invited to attend a bicycle shed planning meeting
on: 26th May 2017
at: 11 AM
in: the Glasshouse Hall
Meeting will be attended by a Tower Hamlets Homes officer Jasmin.
Neighbourhood Watch on the estate is being re-organised into at least 3 watches because each area of the estate has got their own unique problems.
We’ll have a Rosebery House Watch, Sidney House watch and others.
It is essential for the purpose of good communications that all interested register with the new OWL website.
It would also be welcome if residents could pre-register and leave their essential contact information so that can be passed on to the local unit and help avoid extra work for them as you know officers are in short supply these days. Please note that no copy of your submission will be kept by Parkview Residents, only your local Safer Neighbourhood Team will get the information supplied.
So please fill in this following form and all fields are required please.