|17 Jun 2022 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
|Goward Hall, Cade Street, Heathfield
Rural crime is an issue for large areas of the country but it tends to go unreported. It covers agricultural, environmental, heritage and wildlife crime as well as dog theft. It can impact on insurance premiums and food prices and damage local communities. Find out what rural crime is and what can be done to prevent issues such as dog attacks, livestock rustling, machinery theft and vandalism. Our speaker is Peter Hall is from the newly reinforced Rural Crime Team of Sussex Police which is based in Heathfield and in Midhurst.
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Friday 17th June at the Goward Hall, Cade Street, Heathfield TN21 9BU. Click here for directions.
Doors open at 7.30 for refreshments and chit-chat; talk starts at 8 pm and finishes at 9 pm or shortly thereafter.
The Half Moon pub opposite the hall is happy to supply ‘take-out’ drinks.
This is event is FREE and NON-MEMBERS WELCOME. Booking is not essential but it is helpful if you book your place so that we can ensure there are enough refreshments, and that we can get in touch should the event be cancelled due to speaker illness or other unforeseen circumstances.
Bookings are closed for this event.