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Issue No. 139 - 21st March 2007
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In Red at Gorsley Goffs

Gorsley Goffs Primary School pupils all dressed up in red for Comic Relief on Friday and raised money by making donations and taking part in fun activities in the classroom.


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Big Clothes Day on Red Nose Day at Goodrich Primary

Goodrich Primary School pupils dressed up in big clothes for Red Nose day and raised funds by having a cake sale in the playground during morning break. All dressed up in their outsized clothes in the photograph immediately below are Olivia, Bon, Jaydn, Holly, William and Max.


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Head Teacher, Tony Griffiths with Effie, Ollie and Kayah. Ref: DSC_5029

The whole school tucking in at the break time cake sale. Ref: DSC_5034

Mourning the loss of Community Support Officer Paul Penman

The Herefordshire Division of West Mercia Police is mourning the loss of Community Support Officer, Paul Penman, who collapsed and died on Saturday, 17th March. Paul was taken ill at his home near Ross-on-Wye while off duty. An ambulance was called, but sadly he died prior to arrival at hospital.

Paul, who was 49 and married with three children, joined West Mercia Constabulary in July 2006 and settled well into his role, covering the Ross-on-Wye Rural area. Popular with his colleagues and well liked by the public, he was clearly enjoying his new career and the chance to serve the community in which he lived.

Chief Superintendent Mark Turner, Divisional Commander for Herefordshire, paid tribute: 'This very sad news has come as shock to all of Paulís friends and colleagues across the division and our thoughts are very much with his family at this difficult time.

Paul was a valued member of the policing team and the community as a whole in south Herefordshire.

His enjoyment of the job was clear to see and he will be much missed by all those who came into contact with him.'

Funeral arrangements are still to be confirmed and enquiries should be made via Abbotsfield Funeral Directors.


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