Tack-marking sessions for horse owners

A SCHEME to help horse-owners steer clear of equine crime is in need of sponsors and donations.

A SCHEME to help horse-owners steer clear of equine crime is in need of sponsors and donations.

Horse Watch, launched by Avon and Somerset Constabulary, offers help and support to victims of equine crime and uses a network of coordinators to pass details crime to its members.

It is holding tack-marking sessions on February 24 from 9am-12noon at Pals in Locking and from 1-4pm at Murphy's Saddlery in The Tack Shop, Hewish.

For more information call police community support officer Emma Wright at Weston Police Station, in Walliscote Road, on 0845 456 7000.


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