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PUBLISHED: 18:18 31 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:40 05 July 2010

ONE of the projects which the Community Safety Partnership is involved in is Waveney Partnership TV.

Local residents may have sat in cafés within Lowestoft or the college and even doctors' surgeries and seen large plasma screen televisions showing a wide variety of community based messages.

ONE of the projects which the Community Safety Partnership is involved in is Waveney Partnership TV.

Local residents may have sat in cafés within Lowestoft or the college and even doctors' surgeries and seen large plasma screen televisions showing a wide variety of community based messages.

Some of these also highlight clips have been filmed in Lowestoft itself.

Waveney Partnership TV was set up just over a year ago, with the intention of keeping people informed of issues that were important to them and to raise awareness of things going on in the Waveney area.

The content of the screens cover a wide range of subjects including crime, health issues and fire safety messages. It also looks at some of the positive activities that have been going on and this is where the local filming comes in.

Four times a year a film crew arrives in Lowestoft to produce a short video that will then appear on the TV screens. Projects that have been covered so far have included Whitton Life youth project, Shop Mobility, Lowestoft Together and Safer Neighbourhood Teams, but there have been lots of others.

Did you know you can also advertise your local event on Waveney Partnership TV?

One of the reasons for setting up the TV project was to allow groups to get their own messages across, so if you are organising an event or want people to know what your community group does then get in touch.

For more information e-mail WaveneyPartnershipTV@suffolk.pnn.police.uk

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