Crawley Youth Awards 2013

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Dear All

The Crawley Youth Awards nomination period is now open. Please can you spread the word amongst your colleagues, friends and family and encourage them to nominate young people for their amazing achievements.

The Awards are open to any young person aged 25 or under as long as they are a resident of Crawley or the reason for their nomination occurred within Crawley. The aim of the Awards is to promote a positive image of young people and celebrate their achievements. Through promoting young people in a positive light this will help to show another side to young people than the negative image which is often portrayed.

Award categories

There are four award categories with three awards in each category:

  • · Community Awards – Environment, Carer Recognition and Volunteer of the Year Awards.
  • · Sports Awards – Team Award, Sports Volunteer Award and Sports Person of the Year Award.
  • · Arts Awards – Music Award, Dance/Drama Award and Visual Arts Award.
  • · Personal Achievement Awards – Education Award, Courage Award and Inspiration Award.

We would like to recognise the achievements of as many young people as possible and encourage you to nominate young people you work with. The deadline for all nominations is 15th April 2013

The Crawley Youth Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 16th July at 7.30pm at the Hawth.

I have attached a poster and the nomination booklet which has a nomination form at the back, for your information and in case you are able to display this at any of your workplaces or groups you may be involved with , alternatively you can nominate online at

Please do not hesitate to contact  Vikki Jacobs  on 01293 438565 if you require any further information or nomination forms.

If I have missed anyone who you think would want to nominate, please could you forward this email to them.



Matt Laird


Wellbeing Officer

Crawley Wellbeing Team

(01293) 585350

Biography of 108 Saints of India




You may purchase your copy from the Mandir call 01293  530105

Price £25 limited copies available

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5 Star ratings for GHU catering team

Crawley Borough Council has awarded us with the highest score for food hygiene rating.
We scored full 5 marks in all the following areas:-
1) Compliance with food hygiene and safety procedures
2) Compliance with structural requirements
3) Confidence in management/control procedures
Congratulations from the board of Governors and the CommitteeCONGRATULATIONS TO GHU CATERING VOLUNTEERS FOR OBTAINING 5 

2013 Crawley Debate


Please find attached a copy of a flyer promoting the 2013 Crawley debate.  If you are interested in attending this event please sign up and share with friends, family and neighbours.

Kind RegardsThe Crawley debate
Nora Davies
Corporate Lead for Community Engagement
Corporate Policy and Service Improvement
Crawley Borough Council
01293 438225

Hindus on Hinduism

Dear Friends, Associates & Loved Ones

HHinduism Mini Encyclopediaerewith something very interesting for all Hindus on Hinduism.

Keep this in your e-library

A book on Hinduism, which has been published by I Universe USA and is now also uploaded on the web site.

In about 400 pages, divided in 65 small easy-to-read chapters, in lucid story-telling narration, the book describes all aspects of Hindu religion, culture and philosophy.

The book is completely non-fundamental and non-dogmatic in nature; it rather stresses the essential unity and homogeneity of all the religions.

Spiritual teachings, which can be practiced in our every-day life to make us more virtuous and peaceful, form the core of the book.

Chapter 39 & 40 on the Birth of Sikhism
Hope you will get the some of the answers you been wanting to know from this.

God Bless you

Burglaries in Crawley

GHU Members

I am still mindful of the huge impact of the burglary series which affected Crawley earlier this year and of the anxiety caused by these offences. As you know, significant resources went into the investigation and into proactive measures to disrupt and deter potential offenders and this resulted in that crime series ceasing some months ago.

We have now become aware of a new emerging series of burglary offences. Numbers are small at present but work is nonetheless going into dealing robustly with what seems to be a local issue. The previous series (investigated by us as Operation Minnesota) had a very clear profile – Asian households were targetted during the daytime and whilst unoccupied, probably following quite sohpisticated intelligence gathering by the offenders who were operating across the whole region. They then conducted an efficient search before stealing large sums of jewellery and cash. The current series is quite different: it involves offences committed in the evenings to houses belonging to victims from a range of ethnic backgrounds. The searches are untidy and the value of thefts are smaller, indicating opportunism rather than planning.

I am aware that a minority of the households involved (only 2 or 3) are Asian. My concern is that news of these offences will be passed around communities and that a fear will arise that the Minnesota series has recommenced. Please be assured that our current analysis is that it has not. There is no evidence of targetting of Asian households by these offenders. People should remember the usual precautions to deter potential burglars but can be reassured that this new series comprises a small number of offences which do not target Asain households or gold and that the police are working to disrupt these offenders.

I would ask you all to please share this information with your communities

Kind regards, Jim

Jim Collen Police Sergeant Neighbourhood Policing Team, Crawley Police Station Tel: 0845 60 70 999 Ext. 31279 Mobile: 07747 456485 Sussex Police – Serving Sussex We want to know your views – see what’s new and give us your feedback and suggestions at If you have received this message in error, please contact the sender as soon as possible – you may not copy it, or make use of any information contained in it for any purpose, or disclose its contents to any other person. Messages sent and received by Sussex Police are not private and may be the subject of monitoring.

Congratulations to Harshil Pattni

Harshil Harshadbhai 010113

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