Posted: Tue 12th Feb 2019

Doorstep crime awareness event in Broughton next week

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Feb 12th, 2019


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In light of the recent increase in burglaries across Flintshire, Parc Jasmin Neighbourhood Watch, Broughton War Memorial Institute and OWL Cymru have teamed up to provide a doorstep crime awareness and prevention event on Monday 18th March for all residents of Broughton.

The event will run between 10am – 2pm2pm

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