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Police praise as NSP appeals for new trustees

Norfolk Street Partnership has received praise from the Police for the positive effect of its work on the night-time streets of Norwich and is appealing for new trustees to help it continue its vital role.

Trustees and volunteers of the Christian charity met on July 19 at Gage Road Chapel for their latest training session. Inspector Ed Brown and PC Richard Spinks, of Norfolk Constabulary’s Licensing Regulation Team/Norfolk Licensing and Drug and Alcohol Team, delivered an excellent, informative and interactive presentation about their work in relation to their specific role in the night time economy. They also made NSP volunteers aware of the considerable effect their work has on the streets and informed everyone about their current practices and future plans for Norwich and Norfolk.
 
NSP chair, Deb Cousins, said: “This was a very positive opportunity to look forward to finding ways that NSP can be part of the extensive partnership teams working on the night time streets of Norwich and beyond.”
 
Afterwards, NSP held a Bring and Share lunch to celebrate and say ‘Thank you’ for the ministry of Val Chipperfield (Trustee) and Mike Cary (Prayer Co-ordinator), who have both recently stood down from their roles.
 
Deb said: “We are now short of two Trustees and are looking for people with a passion for the ministry and core values of NSP work, as well as offering particular experience and expertise in organisational structure, business sustainability, communications and vision, as we look to secure our future.”
 
Please contact Deb Cousins Chair on email deb@nspuk.org to have a conversation.
 

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