of South Herefordshire, keen to learn more about how to
make themselves even safer, can now benefit from a Community
Safety evening to be held in Hoarwithy at the end of June.
Bolstone and Hentland Parish Council are hosting the event
at Hoarwithy Parish Church (as there is no village hall)
from 7.30pm on Monday 29th June 2009. There will be a presentation
by the local policing team on their work and the PACT (Partners
and Communities Together) process, as well as an input by
a member of Hereford & Worcester Fire & Rescue Service on
safety in the home. PC Charles Naylor, the police crime
risk manager for Herefordshire, will also give a talk on
crime prevention in general and SmartWater, the property-marking
liquid likened in concept to DNA, in particular. Refreshments
will be available and there is no charge for the evening.
events organised elsewhere in the county have proved very
popular and interesting. So why not come along and meet
members of the local police and fire service and see how
you can make yourself safer. For more information contact
the parish clerk, Peter Wyndham-Pember, on 01432-840254
or the local policing team on 07779-141232.