Sue Thompson retires as chairman of Herts Watch after 17 years After 17 years leading two of Hertfordshire's community safety schemes, volunteer Sue Thompson has retired. Sue has been heavily involved in the county's neighbourhood watch (NHW) and online watch link (OWL), in her role as volunteer chairman of Herts Watch.
Sue Thompson is retiring after 17 years The chair of Herts Watch has been presented with a commendation for her outstanding voluntary contribution. Sue Thompson, who was also the Three Rivers Neighbourhood Watch (NHW), is retiring after 17 years of successfully leading Hertfordshire's NHW and Online Watch Link (OWL).
Sue Thompson is retiring after 17 years as the chair of Herts Watch. Her achievements were recognised by the Chief Constable. Residents are encouraged to sign up to the Online Watch Link (OWL) system to receive alerts from police. After 17 years leading the county’s Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) and Online Watch Link (OWL), volunteer Chair of Herts Watch Sue Thompson has retired.
Please have your say on county's serious violence strategy It only takes a few minutes to have your say It’s time to have your say on the county’s Serious Violence Strategy 2021-26 to reduce the harm caused by serious violence to individuals, families and communities in Hertfordshire.
Matt Phillips and Callum Robinson issue clear message of intent to West Brom fans ahead of Championship return
West Brom’s Matt Phillips and Callum Robinson have taken to Instagram to share clear messages of the Baggies’ intent to return for next season stronger. The Baggies will be needing to rebuild somewhat following their relegation to the Championship, and it will be vital that West Brom make a decision on who is going to be their next permanent manager swiftly now.
PrEP HIV pill available in Cumbria a 'huge step' in eradicating transmission The announcement that a pill to prevent HIV had been made widely available in Cumbria last week has been seen as a 'ground-breaking' moment. Cumbria’s sexual health services are now able to prescribe the Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) pill to people at high risk of contracting HIV.
See how we rated the Albion players in their final game of the season against Leeds. Sam Johnstone He’s had a wonderful season and could yet be crowned player of the year.But just like his team-mates, Johnstone lacked intensity here with the keeper letting Kalvin Phillips’ free-kick go straight through him.
Matheus Pereira misses out for West Brom - Callum Robinson, Dara O’Shea and Matt Phillips all start, while Hal Robson-Kanu drops to the bench West Brom will be without Matheus Pereira for their final day meeting against Leeds United at Elland Road this evening. The Brazilian playmaker, one of the best - if not their best - performers in a struggling campaign, is an absentee today and, conceivably, it means that the defeat to West Ham on Wednesday evening could well be the very last time Pereira has played for the club.
Liverpool managed to pick up all three points against West Brom on Sunday afternoon in dramatic circumstances.The Reds needed a win to keep their hopes of a top four finish alive.But it looked as if they would come up short with the game 1-1 going into the fifth minute of stoppage-time.
West Brom boss Sam Allardyce took a swipe at Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp after Sunday's dramatics.Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson scored header in stoppage time to secure a 2-1 victory and boost the Reds' hopes of securing Champions League football.Speaking in his post-match press conference, Allardyce said: "You know Jurgen, he always thinks he's right doesn't he?
Sam Allardyce was incensed by the goal West Brom had ruled out in their dramatic 2-1 loss to Liverpool.Already relegated, West Brom were playing for nothing but pride, but it still meant a lot to Allardyce.They were on the verge of a draw before conceding in the most extraordinary circumstances.
Sam Allardyce berated VAR and the overall standard of officiating in the Premier League after Albion were beaten by Liverpool.The clash at The Hawthorns will forever be remembered for goalkeeper Alisson scoring a last-minute winner to hand Jurgen Klopp's side a 2-1 victory.But earlier in the second half, the Baggies were hugely unfortunate to see a Kyle Bartley goal chalked off for offside.
West Brom must win at the Emirates Stadium against Arsenal this evening or relegation will be confirmed on Sunday West Brom boss Sam Allardyce has made two changes to his side for the clash with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium this evening.It’s a game that Albion simply must win - anything else will confirm their relegation - but they’ll be without Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who has played in every game since joining on loan from the Gunners in the January transfer window but who is unavailable for selection this evening because he is ineligible to face his parent club.
West Brom transfer special - lots of decisions lie in front of those who dwell in the corridors of powers at The Hawthorns and there is lots of work to be done We’re into the final handful of West Brom’s games in a season that has marked their return to the Premier League - and they will most likely be turning on their heel and heading out of the top flight door as quickly as they entered it.
Winger Matt Phillips has been in very good form for West Brom recently - as former boss Tony Pulis predicted, it's all about his self-belief Like all footballers, confidence is something that you rely on to be at your best.It’s no different with Matt Phillips.
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Matt Phillips insists West Brom must believe they can beat the drop after finally hitting form.Albion kept their slim survival hopes alive with an impressive 3-0 win over Southampton on Monday.Phillips added to Matheus Pereira’s penalty while Callum Robinson settled the game in the second half at The Hawthorns.
The Baggies recorded their second win in a row as they look to pull off an improbable escape from Premier League relegation.West Bromwich Albion increased their hope of pulling off an unlikely survival from Premier League relegation as they picked up their second win in as many weeks.
WEST BROMWICH ALBION 3-0 SOUTHAMPTON Goals: Matheus Pereira (£5.4m), Matt Phillips (£5.1m), Callum Robinson (£5.2m) Assists: Mbaye Diagne (£6.0m), Okay Yokuslu (£4.5m) Penalty miss: James Ward-Prowse (£5.9m) Penalty save: Sam Johnstone (£4.5m) Bonus: Johnstone x3, Robinson x2, Pereira x1 There will no doubt have been a few more Triple Captain chips activated between the hours of 6-8pm on Monday evening.
ANOTHER must-win game for West Brom - another PR disaster for VAR.Some things never change!There are many, many valid reasons you could argue West Brom deserve to be relegated this season.But a dodgy camera angle would never have been top of many people's lists!