>> 2 December 2010

Peterhead South & Cruden SNP councillor Stephen Smith and PC Nikki Thornley of Grampian Police are joining forces to hold a joint surgery for local people.

Local residents will be able to meet PC Thornley and Councillor Smith either together or individually should they wish on Tuesday 14 December at Port Erroll School in Cruden Bay. The joint surgery follows a previous successful surgery held by Cllr Smith and PC Lee Scott in Cruden Bay.

Commenting on the initiative, Peterhead South & Cruden councillor Stephen Smith said:

"I was very pleased with the success of last year’s joint surgery with Grampian Police and it seemed sensible to repeat the exercise and to offer the same service once again to constituents.

“Some of the issues both myself and colleagues in the police deal with individually involve matters for both the police and the council so it therefore seemed sensible to offer the opportunity for people to meet with us together.

"I'm very grateful to PC Thornley for making herself available for this surgery."

The surgery will take place on Tuesday 14 December from 6.45pm to 7.30pm at Port Erroll School, Braehead Drive, Cruden Bay.

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