RAF Warn us to Expect Heavy Road Traffic on Saturday 13th June with Bonus of Aerial Displays

Saturday 13th June sees the RAF Northolt Open Day.  Last tickets were sold on the 1st June so you are a little late if you are still after a ticket.

The base have warned that traffic will be heavy in the area due to the event.  For us hardy souls of South Ruislip heavy traffic is a constant companion but it’s always better to know what to expect!

For those of us who enjoy the planes – with a busy flight schedule it will make for good viewing.

Aerial Display Timetable



1305 Queen’s Birthday Flypast
1306 RAFAT Flypast
1308 BBMF Flypast
1314 RAF Chinook Display
1327 Hurricane Display
1340 Great War Display Team
1400 RV8tors Display
1413 Dragon Rapide Display
1422 B-17 ‘Sally B’ Display
1440 RAF Falcons Parachute Display
1510 P-51 Mustang ‘Ferocious Frankie’ Display
1520 Bucker Jungmeister Display
1530 Wildcat Display Team
1550 Spitfire Display





Police Update from Inspector Rob Bryan

Dear reader,
I would like to make an appeal to you all to pass the following to as many people as you have access to:
Crime Prevention E-Mail Alerts
Hillingdon Police maintain a register of local residents and businesses who wish to receive regular crime prevention messages from the police via e-mail. With 45,000 households in the north of the Borough, with a potential 100,000 e-mail addresses, you would think we would have a huge bank of contacts to pass on messages to. Sadly not. Per ward, the take up for the register is currently as follows:
Harefield – 43 
Northwood – 184
Northwood Hills – 157  
Eastcote & East Ruislip – 93   
West Ruislip – 51      
Cavendish – 66 
Manor – 121    
South Ruislip – 126    
Ickenham – 81  
We are wasting a really good resource here and I urge you all to sign up and get everyone you know in Hillingdon to sign up too. I have bent my sergeants ears over this as I want to see the numbers increase but they tell me people just don’t want to give up their e-mail addresses. I have posted the details of the register to a few facebook sites too and the take up could be counted on one hand so maybe they are right. But I don’t want them to be right so help me prove them wrong – the e-mail addresses are kept secure and are not passed on to anyone else and it is really simple to sign up. Just go to http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/45444OIIID and follow the instructions. It takes a few minutes only. You can tailor your profile on the register so as to receive messages relevant to you. A recent example was when reports of a suspicious man near a school was reported to us, we were able to get that out to those on the register who lived in the area. This is a good system, lets make use of it.
Example E-Mail Alert – this is what is being sent out this week to people on the contact list.
As a member of the Hillingdon Community your are receiving this to assist you in protecting your family, friends, colleagues and yourself from becoming a victim of crime. Crime takes all types of forms and the information is aimed to assist you in many areas. Please click on the words for the areas you are interested in to be taken to the Metropolitan Police Website:
Personal safety  Even in a city as busy and crowded as London, incidents of mugging and pick pocketing are still quite low. Knowing how and where criminals who commit these crimes operate will help you avoid falling victim to them.
Advice on Burglary Prevention Burglary can be financially costly and emotionally devastating to victims. However, by taking just a few simple measures you can dramatically reduce the chances of it happening to you.
Vehicle safety   Most vehicle crime is preventable. It can take less than a minute for a thief to steal something from your vehicle.
Community  From business to Pubwatch to Neighbourhood Watch, we all have a role to play in ensuring our community remains safe.
Travel safety and security advice The Roads and Transport Policing Command has provided advice for staying safe when using London’s Transport network, or if cycling around the City.
Fraud Alert The Fraud alert team has provided this information as a resource to assist in combating fraud and other economic crime, and to prevent you becoming a victim of crime.
Protecting your mobile phone The National Mobile Phone Crime Unit website has been set up to inform you of crime trends, what the unit is doing to counter them and how you can help to protect yourself being a victim of phone crime.
Businesses This information is intended to help and advise small retailers on how to reduce the risk of robbery at their premises and, where robberies do occur, to minimise the impact on staff and customers.
Wildlife Crime   In Britain the responsibility for enforcement of the laws protecting our wildlife rests with the police service. However, many different offences are committed against wildlife in this country every year, and this is what we mean by wildlife crime.
Art and antiques  Photographs of a stolen object greatly improve the chances of recovery. Photographs can be taken using any photographic format and need not prove to be expensive.
If the links do not work for you, the information can also be accessed by typing the following into your internet browser http://content.met.police.uk/Site/crimeprevention
Join up now!
Inspector Rob Bryan
North Safer Neighbourhoods
Hillingdon Borough
Phone 020 8246 1816 | Mobile 07500097182 | E-mail robert.bryan@met.pnn.police.uk
Address Ruislip Police Station, The Oaks, HA4 7LE
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Looking for crime prevention advise? Email us at XHMailbox.partnership@met.police.uk to register