Safer neighbourhood meeting set to take place at the end of January
- Credit: Ian Burt
A neighbourhood meeting will take place in Dereham at the end of the month to give residents the opportunity to discuss what they feel is impacting their community the most.
The Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting will take place in Dereham on January 31 and it is open to anyone that is interested in discussing community safety issues such as speeding, anti-social behaviour and vandalism.
The previous SNAP meeting, held in November, was attended by representatives from the highways agencies and it was revealed that plans are moving forward to improve safety on sections of the A47.
A representative from the county council's Highway's team has said he may attend this month's meeting, giving residents another chance to voice their concerns about roads within the town.
The SNAP meeting will take place at the Breckland Council Chambers in Dereham at 7pm.
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