DRA meet Bob Jones

From left to right: Pamela Pinski, DRA Secretary; Bob Jones; John Gordon, Digbeth Resident; Gabriela Butler, DRA Treasurer.

Elections for the Police and Crime Commissioner will take place next Thursday 15th November. All Digbeth residents should have received their polling cards by now, assuming all are registered to vote.

These elections will use the supplementary vote system; Digbeth Residents Association strongly recommends that all residents read the instructions on how to cast their vote very carefully to ensure each and every voice is heard in this important election.

Last week, Digbeth Residents Association met with Bob Jones, one of the candidates for the Police and Crime Commissioner role, to discuss the importance of Digbeth and the crime and policing issue affecting our area.

For more information about all the candidates standing for the position of Police and Crime Commissioner, please visit choosemypcc.org.uk.

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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