Key role for Brixington teenager

PUBLISHED: 09:19 30 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:54 10 June 2010

A NEW community initiative in Brixington is looking for a young person to join its ranks and play a key role in improving the quality of life in that area. The new Brixington PACT Panel will be a joint effort between the police, local councillors, local t

A NEW community initiative in Brixington is looking for a young person to join its ranks and play a key role in improving the quality of life in that area.The new Brixington PACT Panel will be a joint effort between the police, local councillors, local traders and representatives from the community. Its aim will be to discuss and resolve the issues that are affecting Brixington residents, ranging from anti-social behaviour to dog-bins and much more.Cllr David Chapman said "it is important that we get the input of young people in Brixington - they have a lot to offer and need to be included in the decisions that we make."PC Dave Evans beat manager for Brixington said: "It's an exciting opportunity for a young person to have an influence in the area they live. It is important that the needs of the youth in Brixington are addressed. That is why we need an enthusiastic young person from the area, not only to highlight the issues that concern them, but to help resolve them too."If you are a Brixington resident under the age of 18, who would like the role, please contact PC Dave Evans on David.EVANS@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk 08452 777444 or come to Exmouth Police Station.


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