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.
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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 Homeless champion delighted as young couple finally have shelter
- 2 Chief executive takes 'personal oversight' of inquiry into deputy leader's farm tenancy
- 3 Frightened cancer patient with Covid relieved as hospital extend stay
- 4 Covid-19 numbers in Fenland higher than rest of county
- 5 Council books seven hotels and guest houses for homeless
- 6 Cops 'cash and carry' raid nets 108 cannabis plants and £100,000
- 7 The Queen Elizabeth Hospital launches Covid-19 patient helpline
- 8 Former Top Gear star Rory Reid spotted filming with Lamborghini
- 9 Man suffers serious injuries after two-vehicle crash on A47
- 10 Coroner records Wisbech teenager’s death as suicide
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.