Policing and road issues to be discussed during Dereham public meeting

PUBLISHED: 10:31 22 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:31 22 May 2018

Dereham market place. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham market place. Picture: Ian Burt

A meeting which gives residents the opportunity to highlight concerns about policing, anti-social behaviour, roads and other community issues will take place this month in Dereham.

The bi-monthly Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting will take place on May 30 and among the attendees will be representatives of Norfolk police, the town council and neighbourhood watch.

The meeting gives residents the chance to discuss any concerns they have within the community and debate the three main areas that the police should be focusing on.

Members of Norfolk Neighbourhood Watch are key organisers of the SNAP meetings and they have recently launched an appeal, calling on people to donate items that would be suitable for their fundraising events. This can be anything from small low value items to unwanted gifts.

If you would like to donate to the neighbourhood watch team you can contact administrator Terry Cross via Facebook.

The SNAP meeting will take place at 7pm on May 30 at Breckland Council Chambers.

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