Rural Crime Event

Rural Crime Event

Northamptonshire Police; Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner; Daventry District Council; South Northants District Council; Borough Council of Wellingborough

We are holding two free barn events for farmers and landowners to learn more about rural crime, and how to keep themselves safe.

The events are taking place at:

Monday 25 March 6pm for 6.30pm start: Wellinborough Old Grammarians, Sywell Rd, Wellingborough NN8 6BS

Wednesday 27 March 6pm for 6.30pm start: Cold Ashby Golf Club, Stanford Road, Cold Ashby NN6 6EP

There will be the opportunity to discuss rural crime issues with police officers, fire prevention officers and local authority colleagues. There will also be exhibitors offering specialist crime prevention products.

Refreshments provided.

Admission is free but tickets must be booked via Eventbrite


Cold Ashby

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Posted: Fri, 22 Mar 2019 14:01 by Lisa Ritchie

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