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Neighbourhood Watch update

The next two Beat Surgeries will take place on the Saturdays 27th March and 24th April at 4.00 p.m., Horse & Groom car park, and will follow Covid-19 restrictions.

From Sharon Barnett, Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator

Another reminder that ALL matters, whether suspicious incidents, actual crime or otherwise – even if you feel it may be trivial – are to be reported to the police on 101 or online. This is very important, so that the police are able to keep an accurate record of occurrences that happen locally. If a crime is in progress, you should dial 999. It would be helpful if you would also keep me informed of such matters – it is very likely that Neighbourhood Watch will fail to exist if this lack of communication continues.

For informational purposes only, Steve's email address is: PLEASE NOTE that this email address is to be used as a means of basic contact only, NOT to report matters direct. You may not receive an immediate reply to emails, but please be patient, he will get back to you".

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