Topsham residents invited to PACT meeting

RESIDENTS can air any concerns they may have about life in Topsham at the town s upcoming partners and communities together meeting. Members of the public are invited to the PACT meeting to be held in Matthews Hall on Tuesday, April 6, between 7pm and 8pm

RESIDENTS can air any concerns they may have about life in Topsham at the town's upcoming partners and communities together meeting.

Members of the public are invited to the PACT meeting to be held in Matthews Hall on Tuesday, April 6, between 7pm and 8pm.

PACT is an initiative whereby representatives from the policing team, councillors and other partner agencies, work with residents to address any issues of concern affecting the town.

The priorities identified in the last meeting included alcohol related anti-social behaviour; motorists speeding around Topsham, cycling on footways and parking on the footpath on both High Street and Fore Street.


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