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Message from Inspector Keith Curbishley:

"I will be taking up a new post in Force Headquarters. This change will mean that my Western Rural Monthly and Weekly Newsletters will cease to exist in their current guise. Let me reassure you that the newsletters will continue, possibly seeing some new content and format, under a new Inspector. Thank you for the support and constructive comments that you have made about the evolving communication formats that have been introduced. I hope that you have found them beneficial and informative

Ed:"Our thanks go out to Inspector Curbishley who has kept the residents of Tarvin informed of incidents that affect us all, and we wish him the best in his new post."

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