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Police meet with Watton residents on market day

PUBLISHED: 09:33 17 December 2009 | UPDATED: 11:32 08 July 2010

MORE than 200 residents met with police when they took a stall at Watton's monthly farmers market.

MORE than 200 residents met with police when they took a stall at Watton's monthly farmers market.

As well as discussing concerns and getting items security marked there was also a chance to stock up on a range of personal security devices during the market held earlier this month.

Watton Sergeant Lance Ogbourne said: “The Bill Barrow gave many local people the opportunity to speak to their Neighbourhood Policing Team about their community concerns at a very popular marketplace.

“We are looking forward to meeting more local residents at the next market in the New Year on Saturday, February 6.”


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