Community Action Meeting next Wednesday

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The Community Action Meeting will take place at 7.00pm on Wednesday 15th November at St James' Primary School. It's an opportunity to discuss local issues and the meeting will also include a presentation by Anna Collins on the Smart Water security system. There is also a police surgery after the meeting for 30 minutes to discuss individual concerns with the police.

Cheshire Police held a meeting with a cross-section of Audlem residents recently to see how attendance at these meetings can be increased. From the recent Police Perception survey that many in Audlem completed, it's very clear that there are concerns about a wide range of issues. It's hoped, therefore, there will be a good turn-out to a meeting that's designed to raise these as well as an opportunity to vote on the top priority for the next nine weeks. It's also an opportunity to meet your local PC and Community Support Officers as well as talk to your local councillors.

 

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