Crime drop-in sessions
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AN ANTISOCIAL behaviour and hate crime drop-in service is coming to Nailsea, Clevedon and Portishead.
Victim Support, North Somerset Council and Avon and Somerset police are putting on the sessions which enable people to get advice about any issues they are facing.
The service will be run from The Barn, in Great Western Way, Clevedon, on the first Monday of the month from 10-11am, starting on Monday.
Sessions will be held at Nailsea Library, Somerset Square, every third Tuesday from 10-11am, starting on April 15.
Staff will also be in Portishead Library, Harbour Road, on the fourth Friday of the month, from 11am until 12 noon, beginning on April 24.
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The drop-in service had been running solely in Weston, but the police, council and Victim Support agreed to extend the service further afield to make it available to more people in North Somerset.
Each session is an hour long and no appointments are necessary.
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