Police in Beer appeal for witness and more news
Police in Beer want to speak to a witness they believe stopped a man involved in a disturbance in the village. Read this and more.
POLICE APPEAL: Police in Beer want to speak to a witness they believe stopped a man involved in a disturbance in the village. The incident, involving two men and two women, took place outside the Anchor Inn just after 10pm on Thursday, June 9, in Fore Street. Police believe the person may have recorded the incident on a mobile phone and would like them to come forward. They can call the new non-urgent number 101, with crime reference number KN/11/209.
MOVEMBER: Dads at Beer Primary School are being encouraged to take on the ‘Movember Challenge’ to raise awareness and money for male cancers. During November each year, men grow moustaches to help promote men’s health issues, and last year more than �10 million was raised. The school wants to see as many dads and male guardians supporting the event by registering with the Beer Primary School team at movember.com, and sporting facial hair through the month. Then on Wednesday, November 30, all the Beer ‘Mo Bros’ will meet at The Anchor to show off their individualised moustaches before back to being clean-shaven on December 1.
COUNCIL: Beer Parish Council welcomed Jean Davies, Trevor Wood and Geoff Pook as its new co-opted councillors at last week’s meeting. The council is also looking for volunteers to help out during Brook Cleaning week starting next Saturday.
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