Neighbourhood return - Be on the watch for missing people..

on 20 September 2013.

If a neighbour of yours with dementia had gone missing and you were free to help search for them in your immediate vicinity, and maybe save their life, would you be prepared to help? If the answer is yes, and you have a mobile phone, please consider registering for the new, innovative, scheme called Neighbourhood Return.

Neighbourhood Return, is a voluntary scheme independent from Thames Valley Police, run by Neighbourhood and Home Watch Network. It is looking for volunteers in Hungerford and the surrounding area who could help to find people with dementia should they ever get lost. Hopefully, this may never happen, and even if you do get a call, if you are not available, you just have to text back ‘no’ once your registered.

For more information just go to or or call 07584 051004.

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