Working Together To Stop Rural crime
Cheshire Police are looking to work with communities to prevent rural crime.
Police & Crime Commissioner John Dwyer said, "Although crime is falling, here in Cheshire we recognise that rural crime can have a devastating impact on its victims. It can be felt on a personal level, affect people's livelihood and their way of life. This is why it is a priority in my policing plan. I'd encourage people to get involved and come to the Rural and Wildlife Crime Conference. By working together we can tackle rural crime at its root cause."
The next major event is in which you can be involved is on Monday 29th February at Tarporley
editor's pickAlso in the news
St John's & St Peter's Churches invite you to our CHRISTMAS FAYREAn evening to start off your seasonal festivitiesOn Friday 17th November at 7:00 pm at Chelford Village HallThere will be many attractions including:Chelford...
Chelford Tenants and Residents Association (CTARA) are really busy getting ready for both Remembrance Sunday and our Christmas Fair.Our craft group started from a 6 week project delivered by Cheshire Living Well Dying Well, the...
We're now into the 'putting to bed' stage for the gardens at the station. It's been a tricky old year with a massive amount of rain which has prevented us from doing as much work as we may have needed to do. It's also...