Welcoming our new Community Ambassadors

Recently we celebrated this year’s Young Citizenship Celebration Evening at Kidderminster Town Hall and welcomed our new 2019-2020 Community Ambassadors.

This year, around 50 young people from Year 10 were recruited across Wyre Forest high schools to help promote key community safety, citizenship and wellbeing messages to their peers for the coming year.

Badges were presented to the new ambassadors by the Deputy West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner and district councillor Tracey Onslow.

Cllr Onslow said: “The young people at this event represent some of the best values and spirit in our society.  It is absolutely right that we celebrate their contributions and achievements, in recognition of how their selflessness and generosity benefits our communities.  It was an honour to represent the Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion in supporting this event, and I hope it will inspire others to follow the fantastic examples these young people have set.”

Photos can be viewed on our gallery

2019-2020 Community Ambassadors

Safer Wyre Forest

Safer Wyre Forest

Safer Wyre Forest is committed to reducing crime and ASB to make Wyre Forest a safer place to live, work and visit.


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