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NCG Meeting

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Hello

Yesterday I put a message out regarding the NCG meeting next month, I have had a view replies back regarding this so I thought I would send out another message explaining what it is.

I do apologies if this is new to people, so the NCG stands for Neighbourhood Coordination Group meeting which is held about once a year. It is a meeting set up by the Police where the public can come along and talk about any issues they have regarding the villages they live in. There will also be some guess speakers.

I am the PCSO for what is know as the Rural North, so I cover from Overley Road, just past Stratton, and all the villages up to Birdlip such as Middle Duntisbourne, Winstone and then across to the Star Centre and then to Seven Springs. This then goes down the A435 towards Colesbourne out to Chedworth to Foss Cross, then back to the White Way and finish just as you come back into Cirencester. So it is a big wedge of about 19 parishes. So if you live in any of the villages within the area mentioned above then this meeting is for you.

I put a 10 mile radius on this message so it will cover all the villages in my area, if you have received this message and you do not live in the areas mentioned above I do apologies and I would imaging your local PCSO will be arranging a meeting for your area.

So the NCG meeting is on Thursday 5th March 2020 being held at Daglingworth Village hall starting at 19:00hrs. If you are able to attend I will look forward to meeting you then.


Many thanks


PCSO Andy Biddell
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