Richmond SNT Site

Area Description

The Richmond area, which forms the south-east of the East Safer Neighbourhood Area includes: Stradbroke, Intake, Woodthorpe , Hollinsend and Richmond itself. There is a population of around 18,000 people. This area hosts Gleadless Primary, Intake Primary, Stadbroke Primary and City School.Follow us on Facebook: us on Twitter:

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Affected location: Fishponds Road, Hastilar Road South, Spinkhill Road, Stradbroke Road, Vikinglea and Castlebeck area. Also Mansfield Road, Mansfield Drive and Woodhouse Road area.
Affected location: Intake, Gleadless, Woodthorpe, Arbourthorne, Norfolk Park and surrounding areas have all been affected by a rise in domestic burglary over the last few months. Specifically thieves damaging euro-locks as a method of entry.


Police are appealing for witnesses to an armed robbery in Hexthorpe, Doncaster, which happened this morning (Wednesday, 16 April).At around 9.10am, a man walked into a pharmacy in Hexthorpe Road and threatened two female staff members with a syringe and a knife.
South Yorkshire Police are appealing to the public to help identify a man who may hold vital information that could assist with an investigation into a number of alleged fraudulent transactions across three counties.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Doncaster town centre, which is reported to have occurred in the early hours of Sunday, 13 April.
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A partnership in the East of the city is to launch a Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) following successful trials in a number of areas around Britain.

The launch of the initiative is set for Saturday 6 July at the Stradbroke Primary School Open Day.

The CAP will focus on the Woodthorpe, Richmond and Stradbroke areas. It is being put in place to help cut incidents of underage alcohol sales and promote responsible drinking. The CAP will see trading standards working with its partners, including police, and local retailers, backed by Community Alcohol Partnerships.