Plan your private residents street party
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Plan your private residents street party

Neighbourhood Watch and street parties

Neighbourhood Watch groups often hold street parties to get people together. More residents will attend, unlike meetings. It is a chance to have a chat about the community safety issues.

Also, knowing your neighbours better reduces fear of crime and anti-social behaviour.

Street parties are more social and lighten things up a bit, rather than always worrying about crime.

Some police forces like Avon & Somerset actively promote street parties to get neighbours together.

The national Neighbourhood Watch website is


We would welcome any comments or stories about how street parties have helped neighbourhood watch schemes. We could post them on this site.

Please contact us.