Fareham community surgery to return

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IF THERE is a story you think The News should be shouting about then hotfoot it down to a community surgery.

The second one will see Fareham reporter Kimberley Barber and consumer champion Richard Thomson spend the morning at the Highlands Hub in Highlands Road, Fareham.

They will be taking on stories and cases for Richard’s weekly Streetwise page.

The community surgery gives residents a chance to air their views with a number of Fareham organisations.

On hand, will be Fareham North West ward councillors Peter Davies and Dave Whittingham, who will be able to help with council issues and other problems affecting the community.

Representatives from the Local Safer Neighbourhood Team will deal with police enquiries and will be giving out advice.

Volunteers from the Highlands Hub will be on hand to help people with an array of topics, such as counselling, and money advice.

The community surgery starts at 10am and finishes at 11.30am.