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Halloween can be a fun time for children dressing up and visiting friends and neighbours for treats but it can also generate a great deal of fear, especially amongst those living on their own. Please be reassured that there will be additional Police patrols on 31 October to ensure that Halloween remains safe and fun for everyone. You may like to download and print off one of the following posters to put on your front door, either to ask Trick or Treaters not to call or to welcome them. Please click on the links below:

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