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Dr Walsh wants a return to community policing for #Hastings town centre

March 21, 2016

Nick with Revd Simon Larkin (centre) and Dr James Walsh (right) talking about the town centre

Dr James Walsh the Liberal Democrat candidate for Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner visited Hastings town centre on Monday to meet with businesses and clergy, and to take the temperature of town centre issues in the East of Sussex.

Given a tour by Castle Ward Liberal Democrat campaigner, Nick Perry, Dr Walsh heard about some of the new projects being set up by, among others, Holy Trinity Hastings, under the leadership of new vicar, Revd Simon Larkin.

Dr Walsh said, ‘I would like to see a return to a community policing model in Hastings town centre to support ongoing regeneration efforts and so that ‎local residents’ and businesses’ concerns get picked up and dealt with in a timely way.’

Nick Perry said, ‘‎It was important for James to hear about the particular issues facing our town centre. I am confident that he can be a significant ally for Hastings. His background as a GP of forty years’ standing gives him exactly the credentials needed to join up services to tackle our most pressing social problems’.


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