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Waveney: Police teams to meet public

PUBLISHED: 11:30 02 July 2010 | UPDATED: 17:48 06 July 2010

SAFER Neighbourhood teams will be out in force across Waveney over the next week.

Today: Southwold and Halesworth SNT's mobile police station teams up with Suffolk County Council's mobile library in Wrentham, Wangford and Reydon, 9.

SAFER Neighbourhood teams will be out in force across Waveney over the next week.

Today: Southwold and Halesworth SNT's mobile police station teams up with Suffolk County Council's mobile library in Wrentham, Wangford and Reydon, 9.30am-12.50pm.

Tomorrow: Lowestoft Central SNT mobile police station will be on the seafront, 10am-4pm; Lowestoft South SNT police surgery, Aldwyck Way, 10.30am-noon and Kessingland Police Station, 5-6pm.

Sunday: Southwold/Halesworth SNT police street meet, Southwold Harbour/Walberswick, 11am-2pm.

Monday: Lowestoft Central SNT police street meet, Kirkley Centre, noon-2pn.

Tuesday: Lowestoft South SNT police street meet, Marram Green, Hall Road, Kessingland, 2.30-4pm.

Thursday: Lowestoft South SNT police meets, Long Meadow Walk, Carlton Colville, 10-11.30am, and Ninfield Close, Carlton Colville, 1-2pm.

Friday: Lowestoft South SNT police street meets, Famona Road shops, 3.30-4.30pm, and skate park, Lowestoft Road, 7.30-9pm.

Residents and representatives from local businesses are invited to attend to meet their SNT, have an informal chat and discuss their needs and concerns. Visit www.onesuffolk.co.uk to find out more.


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