Community Warden goes back to school

Contributed by admin on Mar 11, 2005 - 12:06 AM


Popular Village warden Ian Norman is leaving
Hawkinge to go back to school.

Ian will be working as a Police Community Support
Officer in Pent Valley school Folkestone, where he will be based.

The initiative for Police offices in the community
was instigated by Kent's new Chief Constable Mike Fuller who recently opened the
first Police Office at Newington Junior School in Ramsgate.

Ian has worked in the village for two years and
has been a familiar face to local residents, but this is not the last we will
see of him.

He intends to still be involved with the the village
through the Hawkinge Partnership. His interest in the welfare of young
people in the village will see him fighting their corner as a member of the
Parnership's Youth Focus Group.

A new Warden will be appointed in a few weeks time
and another Warden will be working in the village for 2 days a week and three
days in the Elham Valley.