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Newark Police provide positive community message as they deliver left-over Morrisons wraps to the community




Police were poised to put out a positive community message as they delivered left-over supermarket wraps on shift.

Rota five officers were told by Morrisons staff in Newark that there were lots of unwanted wraps that would have gone to waste if not eaten on the day.

Though employees wanted to deliver the lunches to the community themselves, but couldn't because of being store bound, the officers on shift jumped at the chance to spread some much needed happiness.

Rota five officers at Newark Police delivered some much needed happiness to the community. (32287145)
Rota five officers at Newark Police delivered some much needed happiness to the community. (32287145)

While on patrol, officers visited Beaumond House Community Hospice, Lancaster Grange Care Home, Newark Fire Station and East Midlands Ambulance Service.

Rota five officers said: "Thanks again to Morrisons. We were pleased to help and put a smile on the faces of some of the emergency service workers, staff and volunteers helping to look after us in these uncertain times."

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