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People living in the Stowe area of Lichfield are being urged to let police know their concerns. Neighbourhood officers have organised a police surgery event for local residents and businesses at Scotch Orchard Primary School on May 12, between 7pm and 9pm. The informal surgery is being held so that local people can raise any concerns they may have and discuss them with their neighbourhood officers. PCSO Liane Haddock, one of the neighbourhood officers covering Stowe, will be at the event.  She said:
“This is a good opportunity for people in the area to meet their local officers and discuss with them any concerns or issues they may have over a cup of tea.”


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