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Pact meeting to discuss anti-social behaviour in village
1:54pm Thursday 21st February 2013 in News
PACT MEETING: The next police and communities together (Pact) meeting for Middleton St George will be held on Wednesday, March 6, at 6.30pm in the Dinsdale Court Community Room. The meeting will discuss a spike in anti-social behaviour around the village caused by a large group of young people. The new police and crime commissioner for Durham, Ron Hogg, will also be in attendance.
CHARITY SUPPORT: Heritage Healthcare, which offers supported living services to people in their own homes, has officially adopted St Teresa’s Hospice, in Darlington, as one of its favourite charities. Company directors Sally and Glenn Pickersgill are long time supporters of St Teresa’ s and raised £15,000 for the hospice last year.
LOCK UP: Police in Darlington have again reminded people to ensure that all doors and windows in their home are locked at all times after figures showed 61 per cent of burglaries carried out in February so far were through an unsecured entry point.