Working Together over Bonfire Night

Alert message sent 02/11/2016 17:05:00

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Bonfire night will soon be here and we're doing all we can to tackle anti-social behaviour with our annual OpTreacle. To help us keep disruption to a minimum remember that flammable waste left in gardens and on the street can be taken and used in unofficial bonfires, so be sure to dispose of paper, cardboard and fabrics responsibly. We are also working alongside Halton Borough council to remove any waste.

If you have any issues with anti-social behaviour or fireworks, just give us a call on 101 or 999 if it's an emergency. If your concerned about making a report, remember that calls to 101 can also be made anonymously.

If you'd like to let us know how we did over this busy period or have any issues you'd like to make us aware of, our monthly Working Together meeting will be hosted at Kingsway Leisure Centre on Thursday November 17th 18:00 - 19:00.
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Megan Barnard (Police, PC Police Now, Widnes LPU PC)

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