Residents can raise concerns about crime in Evesham South at drop-in session

Councillors, police officers and Neighbourhood Watch representatives will come together this weekend to offer support to Evesham South residents concerned about crime in their area.

The Crime Concern drop-in session will be held from 2pm to 4pm on Saturday, 28 September, at Bengeworth Church House on Broadway Road.

Residents will have the chance to express their concerns about crime in the Evesham South area, which includes Four Pools, Fairfield and all of the estates off Davies Road.

District Councillor Julie Tucker and Town Councillors, Beryl Timbrell and Chrissy Smith, all for Evesham South Ward, will be on hand to talk to residents.

Representatives from Neighbourhood Watch, We Don't Buy Crime and West Mercia Police will be offering advice on crime prevention and talking to residents about how to set up a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme for their street.

Cllr Julie Tucker, District Councillor for Evesham South Ward, said: "We had a great turn-out for our last event and as a result, a Neighbourhood Watch group has since been set up. We hope Evesham South residents take this opportunity to express any concerns and to learn more about crime prevention."

Contact Cllr Chrissy Smith on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information on the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme.

Pictured: District Councillor Julie Tucker and Town Councillors, Chrissy Smith and Beryl Timbrell all for Evesham South Ward, will be at the event. 

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