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Police and Community Meeting - Stroud

Residents of Stroud and Surround Areas Invited to Police and Community Meeting

The next Police and Community Consultative Meeting for the Stroud Inspector Neighbourhood Area (INA) is being held on Wednesday April 16th.

The meeting, at the All Saints Centre, in Uplands, starts at 7.30pm.

The Stroud INA covers Minchinhampton, Chalford, Thrupp, Rodborough, Cainscross, Trinity, Slade, Valley, Central, Uplands, Farmhill and Paganhill, Over Stroud, Bisley, and Painswick, as well as the part of Upton St. Leonards ward excluding Brookthorpe with Whaddon, and the part of Amberley and Woodchester ward as far west as the Nailsworth Stream.

All residents in those areas are invited to attend to discuss issues of concern and get an update on crime and disorder in the area.

One particular topic up for discussion at this meeting will be speeding on Bisley Road, and there is always an opportunity to ask questions of local police officers and Police Authority representatives.

Posted : 02/04/2008 14:44:09

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