Safer Neighbourhood Teams from North Walsham and Stalham are working together with partner agencies to offer residents a face-to-face opportunity to ask for advice and raise the issues that matter most to them. The multi-agency action day will take place on Wednesday 8 July across the North Walsham and Stalham areas. As part of the day, two Super Street Briefings will be held by the Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) and partner agencies to offer advice and information and to listen to public concerns.
The first briefing will take place in St Nicholas court, North Walsham from 10am until midday and the second will run from 1pm until 5pm in Tesco s car park in Stalham. North Walsham SNT has teamed up with Poppies nursery to teach the children about road safety. PCSOs Imogen Palmer and Tony Callaghan will be accompanying children, on a walk from their nursery in the memorial gardens, through North Walsham to visit Manor Road Infant School, teaching them to stop, look and listen at all the crossings and junctions along the way.
In addition, Schools Liaison Officer Emma Drew, will be working alongside Victory Housing and North Walsham High School in a Young and Old workshop to help break down barriers between the elderly and young adults in the area.
Superintendent Dave Marshall said: Days like these offer a fantastic opportunity for both Safer Neighbourhood Teams and partner agencies to engage with the local community and find out more about the issues that matter most to them.
We especially hope that people will take advantage of the Super Street Briefings to not only voice any concerns that they might have but also to find out more about the services provided and the help and information available to them in their area.