News p3 Vandals Beware! The Moravian Church in Little Horton has taken steps to MC3 takes to the road stop recurring vandalism and more recently arson attacks. The Neighbourhood Wardens have spent time door knocking on houses surrounding the church making local residents aware and asking them to be vigilant and report any anti-social behaviour. Police have been informed and suspects are being watched. 'We take these attacks very seriously' says Warden Dibbs Storey, 'and we are working with everyone concerned to make sure the culprits are caught.' The Wardens also suggested some extra security measures to the church including installing some cameras. Although the church had discussed these measures before they had not really done anything about it due to the worry of the cost. The Wardens volunteered to do some research on cameras and found a suitable package for the church provided by Maplin Electronics. Maplin's Manager Paul Firth The new MC3 bus service was launched on November 1 was very willing to help and agreed to provide the church with and is now running regular services through the area. The cameras at a greatly reduced price with free installation. The discreet service will run initially for two years and then will be units are now in place and are monitoring activity around the subject to review depending on how busy it is. So it's use it building. or loose it! The full timetable and route is on the back page Maplin's have given the wardens a sample camera to show other of this issue. interested parties. Anyone wishing to see how the system works should contact the Wardens on 01274 731678. Pictured with the bus from left to right are Ralph Saunders from Bradford City PCT, Chair of Metro Cllr Stanley King, MD of TLC Travel Ltd Trisha Lambert who are operating the service and Bradford Trident Chair Cllr Ian Greenwood. Elderly enjoy Christmas Dinner Warden Dibbs Storey with Paul Firth outside the Maplin's store on Hamm Strasse Drug litter help If you come across needles or other drug related litter you can get it moved fast. Simply Over 100 elderly residents of the Trident area ring the Neighbourhood gathered on 4 December for the annual Christmas Wardens on 731678 or Dinner. ring the council on Held at Dixon's CTC it was the eleventh year the event has 431000. been held. Whilst the food and transport was paid for by Ring the Neighbourhood Wardens to get this unwanted litter moved fast. Bradford Trident the contents of the goody bags received by all the guests were donated by generous local businesses. MORI thanks Many thanks to the 500 residents who helped with the recent MORI Pictured on the right with some of the guests present are businessmen Gerry Yates and Ian Pruchniewicz who have been involved in the organisation of the event since the start. On the left are Bradford Trident Community Director Greg survey. We will be showing the results in detail in the next issue. In the meantime if you want to see the results of the survey ring Bradford Lucas and Neighbourhood Action Team member Javed Trident on 431441. Iqbal.