Halloween Safety

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Leanne Fisher (Police, PCSO, South Cambridgeshire -Sawston)

pumpkinHello all Halloween is on  Monday the 31st October, however some of you may be having Halloween parties over the weekend.   We encourage responsible behaviour so please be mindful of where your children trick or treat; and always ensure they remain safe.

Remember…   Stay with an adult at all times while trick or treating

Visit neighbours and people that you know

Look out for pumpkins – houses that welcome trick or treaters usually have pumpkins on display

Some people do not enjoy being scared by spooky costumes. If you see a “no trick or treat” sign respect it and move on to the next house.

Most importantly… stay safe and have fun!

If you yourselves do not  wish to participate, please find a poster attached that you may wish to print off and have on display on your windows or doors. We trust that the trick or treaters will be mindful of this. If you feel that you are a victim of crime or anti- social behaviour during this event then please contact the police on 101. Cambridgeshire Constabulary wishes you all an enjoyable evening and weekend. Stay safe.   Kind regards Leanne    PCSO 7239 Leanne Fisher South Cambs Business Watch Officer Cambridgeshire Constabulary Sawston Police Station, 4 Cambridge Road, Sawston, CB22 3DG   Mobile:- 07850 142430 Mobex:- 7112146 Email:- leanne.fisher@cambs.pnn.police.uk or southcambsbusinesswatch@cambs.pnn.police.uk   Call: 101 | Follow:   @SouthCambsCops | Facebook.com/SouthCambsCops   Visit: South Cambs Local Policing website or SouthCambsCops.org and read our blog!