Have your say to councillors and police at Seaton

PUBLISHED: 16:00 15 July 2017 | UPDATED: 09:06 20 July 2017

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The event, at the Marshlands Centre on Thursday July 20 between 7pm and 8pm, lets members of the public are welcome to drop in and raise any issues or concerns that they have with the police and councillors.

The next Have your say session in Seaton is taking place at the town council offices.

The event, at the Marshlands Centre on Thursday July 20 between 7pm and 8pm, lets members of the public are welcome to drop in and raise any issues or concerns that they have with the police and councillors.

The sessions are being run by Seaton Police and Seaton Town Council.

PC Jenkins said: “This is a great opportunity to meet the neighbourhood police team and members of the council and also to raise any concerns or pass on any information you may have.”

Councillor Martin Pigott added: “The Council is very keen to work in partnership with the Police to deal with matters of importance to our local community.

“In order to be able to do this we need members of the public to raise any issues that they have with us and the ‘Have your say’ sessions are an ideal way of doing this.”

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