Meeting gives Dereham residents the chance to discuss community issues

PUBLISHED: 12:38 15 March 2018 | UPDATED: 13:01 15 March 2018

Dereham market place. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham market place. Picture: Ian Burt

An upcoming neighbourhood meeting will give people in mid-Norfolk the chance to ask questions about policing and discuss concerns and issues the affect the community.

The Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) will be held in Dereham at the end of the month and it is an opportunity for people living in the community to discuss and highlight concerns.

It will be chaired by Dereham resident Jean Bonnick and among those in attendance will be representatives from the county council’s Highways team, police and the council.

Terry Cross, administrator of Norfolk Neighbourhood Watch and part of the SNAP panel, said the meetings are there to help with concerns, keep people safe and allow agencies to connect with residents.

It will take place at Breckland Council Chambers in Dereham on March 27 at 7pm.

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