Talk from Crime Commissioner

Police and Crime Comissioner Barry Coppinger pictured in York Road with (left to right) PCSO's Mark Say and Juie Dobson, Chief Inspector Steve Jermy and PCSO Yas Calvert.
Police and Crime Comissioner Barry Coppinger pictured in York Road with (left to right) PCSO's Mark Say and Juie Dobson, Chief Inspector Steve Jermy and PCSO Yas Calvert.

A POLICE and crime commissioner is set to talk to residents at a meeting next week.

Barry Coppinger, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland will speak to members of the Burn Valley North Residents’ Association at their base in St. Matthew’s Community Centre, in Elwick Road, Hartlepool on Tuesday, May 21.

Members of the local community have been urged to go along to the meeting to find out more about Mr Coppinger and his police priorities.

Anne Saunders, the secretary, said: “The monthly meeting of the Burn Valley North Residents’ Association will take place at 7pm on Tuesday, May 21 at St. Matthew’s Community Centre, Elwick Road.

“The guest speaker will be Barry Coppinger, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.”

Mr Coppinger has been a regular visitor to Hartlepool since being elected last November.

Meanwhile it has been confirmed that due to unforeseen circumstances, the Burn Valley North Residents’ Association and St. Matthew’s Community Centre have had to cancel the table top sale which was due to be held this weekend on Saturday, May 18.

Organisers have apologised for any inconvenience caused.

It has also been confirmed there will be no table top sale in June but they will re-commence on Saturday, July 20, details of which will be advertised in due course.

The association has a new Facebook Group called Burn Valley North Residents’ Association, which is regularly updated with news.

For more information call Anne on 07947319261 or e-mail bvnra.secretary@gmail.com