When constabulary duty’s to be done, to be done, a policeman’s lot is now a happy one, happy one
YOUNGSTERS will have to be on their best behaviour because a police officer is set to become a regular visitor at their primary school.
Pc Stacy Smith will attend Wisbech’s Orchards Primary School once a week to help teach children issues such as staying safe while developing the relationship between the police and the community.
He plans to bring colleagues, vehicles and force dogs and has already caused great excitement by ‘arresting’ the odd teacher on previous visits.
Elsewhere, pupils and staff at Orchards also thanked Wayne Eady, Managing Director of Delamore Young Plants in Wisbech St Mary, for the firm’s kind donation as part of this year’s Wisbech in Bloom competition.
Delamore’s plants were put to immediate use in the school garden and Mr Eady received an album of photographs highlighting youngsters’ excellent green-fingered work.
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Pupils’ efforts also earned Orchards a Bronze Award as part of the Waterlees Team in the Regeneration and Community Category.
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