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Make Cotgrave smile

Alert message sent 02/03/2012 18:31:00
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Make Cotgrave smile

 

The Making Cotgrave Smile Project is organising a few days of action running from Thursday March 15 to Saturday March 17 2012.

 

The days of action involve all the organisations who are part of the Making Cotgrave Smile project.

 

You can get involved in our activities:

 

·         A community clean-up day

Thursday 15 March from 10am at Cotgrave Leisure Centre. Meet us there and we’ll  provide you with all the equipment you need.

 

·         A personal safety talk from PC Jayne Walters

Thursday 15 March from 6.15pm at Cotgrave Futures. Come along to get tips on keeping you and your family safe. Places on this are limited so please contact Catherine using the details below to book your place.

 

·         Community safety street surgery

Saturday 17 March on Cotgrave Precinct from 11am to 2pm. Come and have a chat and tell us what you think about life in Cotgrave.

 

We’ve got some give-aways too including shed alarms, personal attack alarms, purse bells, bike locks etc.

 

Other activities planned include:

 

·         Sessions in local schools

·         Extra patrols by the dog wardens

·         Additional Police patrols

·         Licensing checks

·         Speeding checks

 

If you want to find out more, or to tell us your ideas, contact Catherine Sowter on 0115 914 85502 or csowter@rushcliffe.gov.uk

 

Let’s work together to help make Cotgrave smile.

 


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John Lennard (Police, Volunteer & NHW Administrator, Rushcliffe, Gedling, Broxtowe, Newark & Sherwood)
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