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Clamp down on crime

PUBLISHED: 16:52 09 April 2008 | UPDATED: 11:11 12 August 2010

A NEIGHBOURHOOD watch association is seeking to set up new watch areas to help cut down on crime. Bromley Neighbourhood Watch Association are looking to recruit new members in an effort to dissuade criminals from targeting the area. Members may also

A NEIGHBOURHOOD watch association is seeking to set up new watch areas to help cut down on crime.

Bromley Neighbourhood Watch Association are looking to recruit new members in an effort to dissuade criminals from targeting the area.

Members may also save money on their home contents insurance.

The group will be holding a stall at Sainsbury's on Penge High Street tomorrow and this Saturday with leaflets and volunteers on hand to offer information on how to join.

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