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Darren has been a community safety officer for over 10 years and has extensive knowledge of the Blyth area. He works closely with Northumbria Police and support services and has a background working in housing. He previously worked for Blyth Valley Borough Council. Darren chairs the Blyth area multi agency meeting at which local community safety issues are tackled using a problem solving approach.
Community Engagement event to be held in Ashington
Northumberland County Council are inviting residents to a Community Engagement event in Ashington on Tuesday 24th April.
Alongside Northumbria Police, Northumberland County Council are inviting residents of Ashington to come and have their say about their local area.
The Community Engagement event will take place on Tuesday 24th April, between 10am - 3pm at Hirst Park pavilion and is an opportunity for local residents to meet with a variety of organisations and services, discuss their local area and raise any concerns they may have.
The main focus of the event will be centered around community safety however there is also the opportunity to discuss environmental issues or anything else residents feel is a priority.
John Riddle, cabinet member for Planning, Housing and Resilience at Northumberland County Council said: “We encourage local residents to come along to our Community Engagement event in Ashington as this provides a great opportunity for residents to have their say and impact on their local community.
“This event allows residents to discuss the issues that matter to them and Northumberland County Council are working closely with Northumbria Police on this event and will be taking a joint approach to tackling issues raised within the meeting.”
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