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Offline Kew Reading Black Butterflies by Sara Alexi
08 Jan 2013, 10:14 AM | Post: #1

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Falmouth Police

I saw this highlighted on BBC Radio Cornwall.

Falmouth Police have made a fundraising video for a local boy with a brain tumour. The video is real fun so I thought that I would share the link with you all. Nice to see something positive!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhWrCGVMQf8

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Offline LindaGruchy Reading The Chandelier Ballroom by Elizabeth Lord
08 Jan 2013, 10:58 AM | Post: #2

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RE: Falmouth Police

Just wait for The Daily Maul to moan that they should be doing their job, not something fun like this, and PSD nicking them all on dawn raids for bringing the force into disrepute.
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RE: Falmouth Police

This post was last modified: 08 Jan 2013 11:08 AM by Rosen Trevithick.
That's hilarious!

But the link to support Josh doesn't appear to work for me. (http://www.superjosh.co.uk)

Does anybody know how to pledge?
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Offline Kew Reading Black Butterflies by Sara Alexi
08 Jan 2013, 11:11 AM | Post: #4

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RE: Falmouth Police

(08 Jan 2013 11:05 AM)Rosen Trevithick Wrote:  That's hilarious!

But the link to support Josh doesn't appear to work for me. (http://www.superjosh.co.uk)

Does anybody know how to pledge?

I've left a message on youtube about the link not working, hope someone picks it up..
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Offline Kew Reading Black Butterflies by Sara Alexi
08 Jan 2013, 12:15 PM | Post: #5

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Offline Dorte Hummelshoj Reading Blood Harvest by S.J. Bolton
08 Jan 2013, 06:17 PM | Post: #6

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RE: Falmouth Police

Great idea, thank you for sharing it, Kew.
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11 Jan 2013, 09:40 PM | Post: #7

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RE: Falmouth Police

A great idea for the Police to be seen to be doing this. I'm a supporter of the Police (and I don't mean of the Sting variety, though I like them as well), having worked for Northants Police in the past.

I am often dismayed at the often very bad publicity that our Police get these days, when the reality is that many many officers spend their lives actually trying to catch criminals and make their neighbourhoods safer for the Mr & Mrs Average Citizen, though they are often hampered by poor leadership, and the ambitious middle manager whose aim is to impress the senior staff to ensure promotion.


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RE: Falmouth Police

(11 Jan 2013 09:40 PM)quaser Wrote:  A great idea for the Police to be seen to be doing this. I'm a supporter of the Police (and I don't mean of the Sting variety, though I like them as well), having worked for Northants Police in the past.

I am often dismayed at the often very bad publicity that our Police get these days, when the reality is that many many officers spend their lives actually trying to catch criminals and make their neighbourhoods safer for the Mr & Mrs Average Citizen, though they are often hampered by poor leadership, and the ambitious middle manager whose aim is to impress the senior staff to ensure promotion.


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