Donation of Lateral Flow Test Kits

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Many thanks to GTS MedOH for their donation of lateral flow test kits to keep our Bobby operators safely on the road visiting clients.

Liz Donaghy, Head of Sales and Services, said “It was lovely to hear about the great work your charity is doing, to protect the most vulnerable people in communities. It is important that we not only keep these people safe but, also the staff and volunteers that work for your charity. MedOH would like to donate 2 boxes of lateral flow test kits to the Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust as a thank you for the great work that you all do.”

Waitrose, Melksham supports the Bobby Van

Julie Wheeler from Waitrose, Melksham presented our lovely operator, Doug Batchelor, with a cheque for £333. Julie said “Thank you so much for arranging Doug to come and visit today. It was so lovely to meet him,  we had a really nice chat about all the great work that you all do. I hope this money will help you continue to do this and how important that we can highlight  the importance and the amazing  work that The Bobby Van does.”

We’d like to thank everyone at Waitrose in Melksham for choosing us as one of their charities, it is a tremendous boost to morale that our work is recognised and supported.

To all Landowners and Farmers

Thanks to the Angling Trust and The Bobby Van Trust the Rural Crime Team have secured funding for drone signage. If you think you would benefit from these please email me with your name, address and contact number on:- I will post out the signs and there will be an indemnity form included with a PPE. Once received Police will then be able to proactively fly on your land, covering wide areas and hopefully giving a visible presence deterring and detecting crime. It also gives the trained pilots different terrains on which to practice!

Royal Warrant Holder’s Association Charity Fund

Our three fantastic home security operators pictured here with the Certificate of Donation, from left to right – Mick Leighfield, Doug Batchelor and Will Todd

The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust has received a timely donation of £2,000 from The Royal Warrant Holders Association Charity Fund thanks to the support of Philip Coward at The Hillbrush Company. The Trust is still out in the community securing the homes of the elderly and victims of domestic abuse, as well as giving much needed online safety advice during these difficult times.

Jennie Shaw, Director of the Trust, said “We are deeply grateful to Mr Coward, Chairman of the Hillbrush Company,  for considering The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust at this particularity difficult time. All fundraising events have been cancelled until August, this will have a serious impact on  this vital charity which has been working in the community throughout lockdown. It’s more important than ever that the older and vulnerable people within our community are able to feel safe at home.”