Alton Town Pastors an update

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Alton (still) needs you!

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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 altontownpastors@gmail.com 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
altontownpastors@gmail.com

Please read the attached newsletter for full details of all that is happening.

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