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Church Minshull Community Speed Watch Poster

The Community Speed Watch Programme is looking to recruit additional volunteers to monitor the speed of vehicles which pass through the beautiful village of Church Minshull. It is an easy task, which involves committing as little as an hour of your time when convenient.

Full training and equipment is provided 30 minutes with a local Police Community Support Officer. If you are interested or would like more information please contact: Jo Smith on either: josmith44@icloud.com or 522266.

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