WISBECH: Your chance to speak to police directly about neighbourhood issues
RESIDENTS in Wisbech are invited to their next neighbourhood panel meetings taking place in April.The meetings give residents a chance to raise issues and concerns with their local officers and partner agencies. They take place every three months and two
RESIDENTS in Wisbech are invited to their next neighbourhood panel meetings taking place in April.
The meetings give residents a chance to raise issues and concerns with their local officers and partner agencies. They take place every three months and two or three priorities are set for the neighbourhood at each meeting.
The meetings all start at 7.30pm and are as follows:
Wisbech and District - Trinity Methodist Church, Walsoken on Thursday, April 23.
This meeting is open to residents in Walsoken, Rings End, Coldham, Elm, Friday Bridge, Christchurch, Leverington, Parson Drove, Wisbech St Mary, Murrow, Guyhirn, Thorney Toll, Tydd Gote, Foul Anchor, Newton and Gorefield.
Waterlees - Oasis Centre, St Micheal's Avenue, Wisbech on Thursday, April 23.
- 1 Crowds watch as Wisbech lights up for Christmas
- 2 Pedestrian killed crossing road
- 3 Council’s final meeting of 2021 to include minute’s silence for those lost
- 4 'White van man' crashes into rail bridge
- 5 Check before you travel ahead of major upgrade, commuters warned
- 6 Michaela’s horrific ordeal: ‘My partner threatened to slit my throat and bury me alive’
- 7 Health chiefs call for action amid rise in sexually transmitted infections
- 8 New £566k convenience store opens creating 12 jobs
- 9 Ex-wife of killer Colin Hill shares rape ordeal more than 30 years on
- 10 Auditor who fell ill on eve of farmgate report not returning to council
This meeting is open to residents in Wisbech Waterlees.
Clarkson - Robert Hall Centre, St Augustines Road, on Wednesday, April 22.
This meeting is open to residents in Wisbech Clarkson.