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Town Pastors awarded Charitable Status
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Town pastorS Central is now a registered charity

Town Pastors Central has registered as "Town Pastors" with the Charity Number 1186112

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Celebrate Town Pastor Sunday
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Town pastor Sunday 15 September 2019 - welcome Beccles Town Pastors

As schemes across Suffolk and Norfolk celebrate the work of Town Pastors we welcome Beccles Town Pastors to the family and publish Street Life newsletter issue 10

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Town Pastors honoured at Suffolk Awards
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Town Pastors honoured at Stars of Suffolk Awards

At The East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star "Stars of Suffolk" awards last Thursday, Town Pastors were honoured with the "Volunteers of the Year" Award.  The nomination read: "The Town Pastors of Suffolk continue to make a huge difference in communities across Suffolk.  They patrol the streets at night, helping people in need - particularly the vulnerable.  In one case this year, they were the first at the scene of a stabbing in Ipswich and helped the victim.  The Pastors have operated in Suffolk for 11 years now and patrol 10 towns, mainly on weekend nights, as well as special events including Latitude Festival"

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Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner visits Town Pastors
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Suffolk PCC Tim Passmore visits town Pastors Chairs meeting

Monday 24th June 2019 - Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore visited the regular meeting of Town Pastors Chairs and Coordinators from accross Suffolk and Norfolk.

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Town Pastors report to Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner
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Town Pastors report to Suffolk PCC warmly received

Last week (21st June 2018) Tony Hodge and Jo Copsey of Town Pastors Central made a verbal report to the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner's Accountability and Perfomance Panel in support of their formal written report to the PCC submitted earlier.  We were very warmly welcomed by the Commissioner, Tim Passmore, and senior officers from Suffolk Constabulary.  The East Anglian Daily Times were also in attendance and have published this artice on our report.

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