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| 15th Mar 2017 5:00 AM penned ‘Meet the man taking up crime fight’:  He’s a logistics worker and the driving force behind a new Neighbourhood Watch community group, due to hold its first meeting next month.  Ashley Barber is calling for his neighbours to attend the new Neighbourhood Watch group’s first meeting.

“BRASSALL man Ashley Barber loves where he lives and is sick of people complaining about the suburb.”

“For months social media has lit up with reports of crime in the area near Ashley’s home, with some Facebook users claiming they plan to move out.”

“Ashley says he decided to start the group because he’d had enough of the social media chatter and wanted to give people, who believe crime is an issue in the area, the chance to be actively involved in a solution.”

“I got sick of seeing all these posts on Facebook of people saying they wanted to leave Brassall,” Ashley said.

“So no, if there’s criminals around, let’s make the crime leave the suburb instead.”

The open meeting will be held:

  • 6 April
  • Brassall State Primary School Hall, Hunter St,
  • 6p-8pm.  

All Brassall residents are welcome!  Even bring a friend.
Stay safe, be happy!

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