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Halloween message - Have fun but respect each other

posted 30 Oct 2019, 07:07 by Chris Hoare

Halloween should be a fun celebration, with children enjoying dressing up as ghosts, witches or other assorted monsters, and visiting neighbouring householders happy to hand over sweets to, as superstition suggests, ward off evil spirits.

While it’s an exciting time for some, those who enjoy the seasonal highlights, should also bear in mind that there are members of the community who may not wish to take part.

Residents in the county are once again being reminded to display Halloween posters in their homes to let trick-or-treaters know if they are welcome or not.

To help householders and businesses in the run up to the day, two posters are available to download from the Suffolk police website, indicating whether they would welcome trick-or-treaters or not.

Follow the link below for the full news item and posters on Suffolk Police website via - https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/latest-news/26-10-2019/have-fun-respect-each-other-halloween

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Police Connect Team
30 Oct 19