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Managing Director of E-Bound AVX Ltd Angus Brown article on alarms for church roofs
Angus Brown, founder and managing director of E-Bound AVX Limited, has held a number of security-related roles since leaving the British Army over 20 years ago.
He has brought the disciplines and skills he learned while working for British intelligence to bear in developing modern security products and services.
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Police Issue advice after string of lead thefts on churches in Lincolnshire
There have been a number of reported thefts in the village of Sleaford, Lincolnshire. Several churches fell victim to organised lead theft over the course of a few days in September.
Police have urged church wardens to frequently check their churches and be aware of any work that may or may not have been booked for the church, as it is believed that thieves will attempt to disguise themselves as building workers for the church.
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Thieves steal 'large amount' of lead from 12th Century Rutland church
The lead was taken from the roof of a chapel in the church, parts of which date back to the 12th Century, Leicestershire Police said. The church is the latest victim of lead theft, a crime which has caused misery for dozens of historic buildings across the county in recent years.
Our Alarm in Action
A church in Lancashire recently had some unwanted visitors and we are pleased to report that the E-Bound roof alarm system scared them off before they could get away with any lead.
The alarm triggered and the intruders fled.
In the video you can them running away once our alarm system was activated.
Villagers rally round to protect historic church after lead thieves strike
Villagers rallied round after thieves stripped a large swathe of roofing lead from their local church.
Residents of Burrough on the Hill, between Melton and Oakham, acted quickly to cover the gaping hole in the roof of St Mary the Virgin before heavy rainfall.
An estimated 50m sq area of the roof was left unprotected following the theft, which is thought to have happened in the early hours of Saturday.
The gap exposed the interior of the church, parts of which date back to the 13th Century. Its organ was directly underneath the hole.
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E-Bound recently made a donation to local primary school Longthorpe Primary, handing over a "big box" of batteries.
Hannah Goodley and Sarah Medcalf of E-Bound visited Longthorpe Primary to donate the batteries. The students were very thankful and E-Bound received a thank you note from one of the young students.
The school were collecting spare batteries for new school equipment, which we here at E-Bound had an abundance of that were spare and free to donate.
E-Bound donates "big box" of batteries to local Peterborough primary school
Police urge people to stay vigilant following Suffolk church incidents
Police are urging people to stay vigilant for unfamiliar persons and or vehicles parked at or nearby, particularly commercial vehicles and to note down any descriptions as well as vehicle descriptions and registration numbers.
Sgt Brian Calver, of the rural crime team, said: “If a church doesn’t have a roof alarm system fitted and has a substantial quantity of lead on the roof, it’s advisable to ensure one is fitted".
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Vandals damage 160-year-old stained glass window
Church leaders have spoken of the “irony” after mindless vandals damaged a priceless 160-year-old window depicting the “sinful” Mary Magdalene who was loved by Jesus despite her wayward past.
2019 is a special time, E-Bound is 10 years old and the Churches Conservation Trust turns 50. To mark this milestone, Peter Aiers the Chief Executive of the CCT raced against time to visit 50 churches in 50 hours!
As well as celebrating 50 years for the CCT, this event also aimed to raise needed funds to help defend and protect churches in the CCT’s care from heritage crime, that includes, lead theft, vandalism and damage to irreplaceable stained glass and precious artefacts they hold.
E-Bound proudly sponsored Peter’s challenge and providing him with a motorbike, van and a helicopter ride flown by E-Bound’s Managing Director, Angus Brown.
Peter will started his journey in Portland, Dorset on Thursday 25th July to travel to the CCT’s most northern churches and back down to the finished in London on Saturday 27th July in 48.5 hours!
For more information about this fantastic event or if you wish to donate, visit
CCT Chief Executive, Peter Aiers, will be celebrating the CCT's 50th Anniversary by visiting 50 churches in 50 hours and raising funds to tackle heritage crime.
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E-Bound AVX Ltd
E-Bound AVX Limited is a private limited company registered in England. Registered number 6930086.
Trading Address: Litton House, Saville Road, Westwood, Peterborough PE3 7PR.
Registered Office: 7 Swan Court, Forder Way, Cygnet Park, Peterborough PE7 8GX