Alton Webteam: June 2016
Alton (still) needs you!
Since November 2014, Alton Town Pastors have sent a team out every Saturday night until May when we switched to Fridays for the month. It is has been a success, and proved to us we are as needed on Friday evenings as on Saturdays.
So, starting this June, we will send out a team on Friday as well as Saturday as our volunteer numbers allow. Currently that means one Friday a month — but if you would prefer a Friday to a Saturday evening, then there is ample opportunity! And remember, if you cannot commit to stay out into the early morning then you can do a shift from 9.30 to 11.30pm.
"ATP patrols are really valued by my officers and assist in keeping the town calm". Inspector Louise Rooks, Prevention and Neighbourhood Inspector for East Hampshire Area
We continue to recruit volunteers for town pastors. If you are interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a (very) simple application form or return the tear off strip to the ATP Coordinator, c/o Harvest Church.
The best way to find out if this is for you is join us one Saturday evening.
Contact Nigel Pink
phone: 07502 691899
Please read the attached newsletter for full details of all that is happening.
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