The ONW was formed to combat rising crime in the Observatory area. Based on the successful models operating in various other South African neighbourhoods, the ONW seeks to: Set up systems of communication (neighbourhood networks) between neighbours and in streets. The more information we share and the more we look […]
A good turnout of 47 residents and business owners attended the ONW Special General Meeting on 25 March 2015 and helped in a good old ‘Hartlyvale’ style ‘Kickoff’ of the ONW’s ball game of making a difference against crime in Observatory. Hearty thanks to all who attended. The ONW 2015 […]
The ONW AGM, attended by 17 members of whom two were new registrations, was held 31 October 2012 and proceedings run pretty smoothly. The meeting was also attended by the Woodstock’s U-Watch Steering Chairman and Naquita the reporter from Obslife. The election of office bearers took quite some time to […]
OBSERVATORY NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH 31 October 2012 at 7 pm The Observatory Neighbourhood Watch will be holding its sixth Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 31 October 2012 at 7 pm in the Observatory Community Centre. Residents and business owners are invited to attend, ONW members are urged to show their full […]
It has been my view for some time already to make way for younger Observatory role players in our community regarding the age . Example of this was the inevitable making way of a younger Treasurer in place of Helen, but her passing away earlier this year precluded the matter, and approx 40 […]
The 2012 AGM of the Observatory Neighbourhood Watch will be held on the 31 October 2012.