Police reach out to rural communities
Share your neighbourhood concerns at ‘Have your say’ surgeries in villages.
Police and partner agencies are reaching out to rural communities around Honiton and are urging residents to have their say about local concerns.
Neighbourhood issues can be discussed during a series of surgeries in villages.
PCSO Phil Anning says the surgeries will give villagers “the opportunity to tell us about concerns that matter to you in your neighbourhood”.
He told the Midweek Herald: “Your local ‘Have your say’ teams are keen to gather this information and want to take action to tackle your concerns.”
The team includes partner agencies to ensure concerns are dealt with by the right authority or organisation.
You can discuss your concerns at the following surgeries:
- 1 Candidates lining up to replace Neil Parish in Tiverton and Honiton
- 2 Landlord jailed for 'groping barmaids' trying to stuff wages down their tops
- 3 Honiton's oldest paper-boy retires
- 4 Hobby cannabis grower from Axminster busted after he 'got greedy'
- 5 Seaton gets set to celebrate The Queen
- 6 'Something for everyone' as Axe Vale Show returns to Axminster
- 7 New Repair Cafe to open in Honiton next month
- 8 Vintage Sports Cars grace the Wiscombe Park track
- 9 Neil Parish wont stand in Honiton and Tiverton by-election
- 10 Peco propose new storage and multimedia centre
Plymtree School - November 7, 3.15pm to 4pm; Broadhembury Square - November 14, 8.30am to 9.15am; Upottery Primary School - November 24, 8.30am to 9.15am; Culme Way, Dunkeswell - December 12, 9.30am to noon.
On December 12, surgeries will coincide with visits from the mobile library as follows:
Old Village Hall, Dunkeswell - 10.25am to 10.55am; Luppitt Village Hall - 11.15am to 11.45am; Moonstones, Smeatharpe - noon to 12.30pm; Otter view, Rawridge - 1.40pm to 2pm; near pub, Marsh - 2.20pm to 2.40pm; Yarcombe Village Hall - 2.55pm to 3.20pm.