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Police Community Support Officer attends the Much Wenlock Women's Institute to discuss staying safe online on the evening of Wednesday the 17th of April 2019.

Safer Neighbourhood team offer online safety advice at the Women's institute in Much Wenlock.

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On the evening of Wednesday the 17th of April 2019, Police Community Support Officer Mal Goddard attended the Much Wenlock Women's Institute meeting at the Priory Hall, Much Wenlock, at 7pm.  He has been asked to give a talk on online safety and online scams.

The talk lasted 40 minutes and was punctuated with a number of questions from the audience.  The ladies made Mal very welcome and after the talk invited him to judge the coffee cakes that had been made for the evening.  It was a difficult job as all of them were delicious, but after several tastes the first, second and third best cakes were announced.

Following the judging there was an opportunity for tea, more cake and questions from the audience.  Then Mal was asked to draw the raffle tickets and the meeting closed soon after that.  Arrangements were made for a further talk to be given by the Safer Neighbourhood Team sometime next year.

One of the highlights of the night was the selection of handmade cakes given to Mal to take back to the Police Station, they made him a very popular man, so very many thanks to the ladies of the Much Wenlock Woman's Institute.

You can email the Safer Neighbourhood Team at bmw.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk  , but be aware that this email address should not be used to report an incident that requires an urgent Police answer as it is not monitored 24 hours a day.

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Published 18/04/19