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CLAIMS that Hyn­d­burn neigh­bour­hood po­lice team will be halved and coun­cil claims shop se­cu­rity shut­ters would put off shop­pers (Oc­to­ber 19)

Ur­sula Vasey-Gra­ham: I’d rather see shut­ters on the shop win­dows at night than win­dows smashed and goods stolen or shops dam­aged.

Chris­tine Mal­pus: Does the coun­cil want busi­nesses to flour­ish in the area or not? Shut­ters would only be down at night and most law abid­ing peo­ple wouldn’t mind this as they don’t roam the streets in the mid­dle of the night look­ing in shop win­dows.

Kay Aspinall: We need to pro­tect the shop­keep­ers that are here that are try­ing to make an hon­est liv­ing.

Thomas Heyes: If the coun­cil won’t let the shop own­ers have shut­ters then they should pay for the dam­age and repairs.

Clare McKenna: The amount of crime that’s hap­pen­ing in this town and they are halv­ing the amount of po­lice on the streets?

CHIL­DREN’S be­hav­iour ex­pert Janette Wal­lis praised at ed­u­ca­tion awards (Oc­to­ber 19)

Deb­bie Speak­man: Well done, Janette. You are amaz­ing with the stu­dents. You thor­oughly de­serve the award.

Ca­role Ban­croft: Lovely lady. Very well de­served. Well done, Janette Wal­lis

Anne Tim­mins: Ev­ery school needs a Janette. They re­ally do. Very well done

Jen­nifer Ralph: Wow, that’s amaz­ing. Well done Janette Wal­lis.

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