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Safety and health advice for West Bromwich at Safer 6 roadshow

Safety, crime prevention and healthy living advice will be available in West Bromwich on Monday 14 October when the Safer 6 campaign roadshow comes to the town centre.

Head to the outdoor market area, High Street, between the entrances to Kings Square and Queens Square centres, between 10am and 12noon.

A wide range of partner organisations will be providing information on the services and support they provide.

Get advice on anything from alcohol, drugs, domestic abuse and road safety to library services, healthy lifestyles and activities and services for children and young people.

Police and council anti-social behaviour officers will be on hand to discuss any community concerns.

Sandwell Crime Prevention Panel volunteers will be giving advice and security freebies.

Each of Sandwell's six towns has had a focus week during the Safer 6 campaign.

This week (w/c 7 October), the focus is on Oldbury and the campaign rounds off in West Bromwich next week (w/c 14 October).

Go to for more information or follow #Safer6 on Twitter.

For details of activities in the Oldbury week, go to and for the West Bromwich week go to

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