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Please Note – Councillors Nathan Evans and Thomas Carey sit on planning, any planning issues should go via Councillors Angela Bruer-Morris, if they relate to Timperley ward or Cllr Laura Evans for Village Ward.
As your ward Councillors we are very happy to help, so do feel free to phone, email or visit our surgeries.
Surgeries dates and places
Cllr Thomas Carey – Broomwood Wellbeing Centre, Mainwood Road Timperley 2 and 4 Saturday of the month 9 am- 10 am
Cllr Evans– First Friday of the month 11am – Noon (As Above) and every Thursday 10.30 am -11.30 am St John The Divine Brooklands Road Sale
Please book in by email or phone first.
Contact Details for Ward Councillors
Councillor Mrs. Laura Evans Village Ward Conservative Shadow Executive Member for Communities and Housing Councillor Laura Evans Trafford Town Hall Talbot Road Stretford Manchester M32 0TH 07843368041 email@example.com Councillor Mrs. Laura Evans Village ward Tel 07896 11 05 08 or Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Councillor Mrs. Angela Bruer-Morris Timperley Ward Conservative 8 Vernon Park Timperley WA15 6PS 0161 904 0937 07780 790796 email@example.com Timperley Ward Tel 07780 79 07 96
Councillor Nathan Evans Timperley Ward Conservative Shadow Executive Member for Investment, Regeneration and Strategic Planning Councillor Nathan Evans Trafford Town Hall Talbot Road Stretford Manchester M32 0TH
Tel 07843 368 041
Email- nathan.evans @trafford.gov.uk
Councillor Thomas Carey
Village Ward Conservative Member of Planning Committee Councillor Thomas Carey Trafford Town Hall Talbot Road Stretford Manchester M32 0TH
Tel -07970 829 735
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GMP Trafford NorthHere's a copy of the statement from Superintendent Hemingway yesterday, as there was a lot of information contained within the original image/Facebook post:
During these uncertain times, I want to reassure you that my team are working very hard as usual, to protect you, preventing and investigating crime and making arrests.
As a Mum, I can fully appreciate the worries and concerns we are all having at the moment as the situation is evolving on a daily basis. I would recommend you only read official updates and advice from the NHS and Government websites/social media accounts, as I have seen a lot of misinformation, gossip and generally bad advice from non official sources.
My officers are working their normal shifts and are being supported by the amazing volunteers from the GMP Special Constabulary.
I want to reassure you that you will see my officers out and about preventing crime and undertaking reassurance patrols. They will be patrolling open spaces and visiting local supermarkets and pharmacies to support them with the increased footfall.
Once again, can I please ask that you continue to follow government advice and only make essential trips for food or to go to work if you can’t work from home. The last thing we want to be doing is dispersing large groups in local parks or taking action against local shops for remaining open contrary to government requests.
Unfortunately, at times of uncertainty, some criminal elements see it as an opportunity to exploit the public and crime doesn’t stop. I would suggest you look out for any emails or SMS messages linked to the Coronavirus as these scams have dramatically increased, as they target the vulnerable and play on the public’s fears.
The latest Government advice is to stay at home, and only leave home: • to shop for basic necessities or pick up medicine • to travel to work when you absolutely cannot work from home • to exercise once a day, alone or with members of your household. Do not meet others, even friends or family. If you do need to go out to buy food or essentials, for everyone’s safety please follow advice in store and stay at least 2 metres away from others.
With a finite number of officers, I don’t want to be in the position of having to return your children home as this depletes my resources and also puts my officer’s health at risk. While officers are finding children on the streets, they cannot respond to other calls for help. As parents, we have a collective responsibility to keep our children safe and know where they are. Our officers really do need to be concentrating on supporting those at most risk.
I will continue to adapt and change my resources as the situation evolves and I would ask that we all support and help each other by following the official advice.
Always call 999 in an emergency (Immediate threat to life or property). For non emergencies, you can make a crime report online or have a "Live Chat" at crowd.in/C8MZfL
We are all in this together. You have enough worries at the moment, and crime should not be one of them.
Stay safe! Superintendent Caroline Hemingway GMP Trafford District ...