Last Update: 23/11/14

Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association

Coordinators and Deputies may now use this logo in their stationery.  Please click here for guidelines and the logo image.    

For Police non-emergency cases dial 101   In emergencies please always dial 999

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CNWA Getting Connected

The drive to expand fast broadband internet services throughout Cumbria has begun!  Fast internet is expected to play an increasingly important role in personal and community safety, just as it will in social networking, entertainment, administration, education, business and telemedicine. CNWA wants to ensure that our local Watch organisers and members can benefit fully from  these developments in communications.

To this purpose we provide the following links:   You can set up a free weblog for your group from They offer good documentation and powerful features. Wordpress blogs offer various advantages over conventional website design. More

Talk About Local helps people communicate and campaign more effectively to influence events in the places in which they live, work or play. More

Fast Broadband For Cumbria

Penrith and the Border MP Rory Stewart organised a broadband conference at Rheged recently that has kick-started interest in connecting our more remote rural communities with very high speed internet. More

EventBrite Online Ticketing System

Simple but powerful tools to manage, promote, and sell out your event. It's free to sign up and get started. More