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People in Dereham invited to have their say on anti-social behaviour in their town

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 September 2018

St Nicholas Church, Dereham. Picture: Ian Burt

St Nicholas Church, Dereham. Picture: Ian Burt

People living in mid-Norfolk town are being invited to attended a public meeting and have their say on how anti-social behaviour in their town should be addressed.

Organised by the Norfolk neighbourhood Watch group and open to all, the Safer Neighbourhood Action panel, will give members of the public the opportunity to raise concerns about crime, anti-social behaviour, graffiti, drug and speeding issues in and around Dereham. The meeting will be attended by representatives from Breckland Council, the parish council, the neighbourhood watch and safer neighbourhoods team, Norfolk County Council, town pastors and the police.

The event will be held at Breckland Council chambers, behind Tesco in Dereham, between 7pm and 8.30pm on Wednesday, September 26.

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