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THREE MEN WANTED FOLLOWING DISTRACTION BURGLARIES IN STAFFORDSHIRE

Hello Mr Mark Burton,

We are appealing to the public to get in touch if they have seen, or have any information on the whereabouts of three men we want to speak to following a series of distraction burglaries.

John Purcell, aged 28, Michael Purcell, aged 31, and Johnny Delaney, aged 22, are wanted in connection with a series of distraction burglaries which occurred across Staffordshire and North Wales where vulnerable pensioners were targeted.

The men have connections to Staffordshire, Cheshire, West Midlands and North Wales.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Staffordshire Police on 101 referring to incident number 413 of 4 March 2019.

We are making a series of appeals regarding this case on BBC’s Crimewatch Roadshow.

Alternatively, please call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: nw

Regards,
Lydia Hooley
Community Engagement Officer
Community Messaging
Email: nw

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Local people invited to shine the spotlight on local policing

Hello Mr Mark Burton,

Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent residents are being invited to join their local Safer Neighbourhood Panel to shine a spotlight on local policing and make Staffordshire’s Police Service the most open, transparent and ethical in the UK.

Safer Neighbourhood Panels, set up by Staffordshire’s Commissioner, Matthew Ellis in 2015, are made up of local residents who meet regularly with their area’s local policing commander.

The panels examine, challenge and shape the work of police at the most local level and hold Local Policing Team Commanders to account as well as looking at wider criminal justice and community safety issues in their area.

Mr Ellis said: “This is a real opportunity for local people to play a part in holding all responsible for policing in their area to account and I’d urge residents to get involved.

I make no apology for believing that truly local policing, and the public playing a part in influencing that policing, is vital.’

Panel members receive training to help them carry out their role so that they can be involved in innovative work such as examining records and body camera footage captured during “stop and searches” and “use of force” by local officers.

For more information and details on how you can apply visit www.staffordshire-pfcc.gov.uk/volunteer/available-roles

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: nw

Regards,
Lydia Hooley
Community Engagement Officer
Community Messaging
Email: nw

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CCTV appeal following robbery in Stafford

Hello Mr Mark Burton,

Detectives from Staffordshire Police have released a picture of a man they would like to speak to after a woman’s handbag was stolen in Stafford.

At around 3am on Sunday 24 February, a man followed the 50-year-old woman along Gaol Road, left at the roundabout onto Browning Street and then immediately right into Abbots Walk where a man snatched her handbag.

The offender than made off towards the roundabout on Browning Street, back on himself onto Marston Road and past the Four Crosses pub.

A small amount of cash was taken and the handbag was later found dumped between two bins on a car park near Shepherds Bush Street.

Anyone that may have seen anything suspicious or may recognise the man pictured is asked to email Howard.Davies quoting incident number 132 of 24 February.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Regards,
Lydia Hooley
Community Engagement Officer
Community Messaging
Email: nw

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Litter Pick in Milwich

Litter Pick    6th April  meeting at Milwich Village Hall   10.00am

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Parish Council Elections 2nd May 2019

Parish Council elections will be held on 2nd May. If you wish to stand for a position on the Parish Council or just want to discuss what it entails, then:

Nomination Papers now available from Stafford Borough Election Office

email   elections@staffordbc.gov.uk

 

or contact the Clerk, Brian Boughey, email  clerk@milwichfradswell.staffslc.gov.uk

Closing date for Nomination Papers is 3rd April 4.00pm.  Handed in at the Election Office.

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The Milwich with Fradswell Parish Council Meeting will take place at Milwich Village Hall on Wednesday 20th March 2019 at 7.30pm.

The Draft Agenda for the meeting can be seen by clicking here

Draft Minutes of the previous meeting are available by clicking here.

A full list of all our councillors (updated December 2018) can be seen by clicking here. Contact them if you wish to raise issues relating to the Parish. Dr. Malcolm Calhaem and Mr. Fergus Cameron represent Fradswell, the remaining Councillors represent Milwich parishioners.

If you want to find out more about the role and responsibilities of the Parish Council and its Councillors then click on this link to take you to the Communities, Parishes and Local Councils website.

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MILWICH WATERCOLOUR SOCIETY

MILWICH WATERCOLOUR SOCIETY

25 YEARS OLD THIS YEAR

and to celebrate this milestone
they are holding an EXHIBITION AND SALE
OF PAINTINGS AT MILWICH VILLAGE HALL

SATURDAY EVENING 6th APRIL AT 7.00PM
AND SUNDAY 7TH APRIL 11.00AM – 4.00PM

PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT THIS
CELEBRATION OF 25 YEARS AS A PAINTING CLASS.


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