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Cheltenham Residents Invited To Have Their Say

Cheltenham Town Centre Residents Invited To Have Their Say

People who live in the Cheltenham Town Centre Inspector Neighbour Area (INA) are invited to have their say at the next Police Community Consultative Meeting (PCCM).

It is being held on Tuesday 11th September at 7pm at the Hindu Community Centre on Swindon Road in Cheltenham.

These meetings, organised by Gloucestershire Police Authority, are an opportunity for members of the public to meet with their local police team and a representative of the Police Authority.

There will be a chance to raise any issues or queries you have about policing in your area.

The speaker at this PCCM will be Mr Nigel Denby from Cheltenham Borough Council.

Tea and Coffee will be provided.

The meeting is open to anyone who lives in the INA so please do come along and bring a friend or neighbour.

Posted : 03/09/2007 17:06:45

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