Put new police number on your fridge

PCSO Charlotte Whitehead, Nick King of Towcester Neighbourhood Watch, Towcester Town Mayor Jim Lynch and Inspector Andy Hall.
PCSO Charlotte Whitehead, Nick King of Towcester Neighbourhood Watch, Towcester Town Mayor Jim Lynch and Inspector Andy Hall.

Towcester Neighbourhood Watch will be distributing a new fridge magnet and leaflet to highlight the new police non-emergency number, 101.

People should call 101 if they notice suspicious activity or anti-social behaviour or scenes of potential violence, or have concerns about cold-callers or suspicious circumstances.

The fridge magnet and leaflet have been produced by Towcester Neighbourhood Watch with the support of a Big Lottery grant.

A team of more than 25 supporters have volunteered to help deliver the leaflet and magnet to more than 4,000 homes and businesses in the town.

If you live and work in Towcester and have not yet received one, contact the neighbourhood watch via their www.safertowcester.com