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Children from our area have been arrested over alleged nuisance door-to-door selling in Wiltshire;

A man has been arrested after an attempted break in at a church in Skelton yesterday;

...and PD Ports has signed a pledge to support ex-members of the armed forces find local jobs and enhance their employability skills once they leave military life.

 

Children from our area have been arrested over alleged nuisance door-to-door selling in Wiltshire.

Two 15-year-olds, a 17-year-old and an 18-year-old are among those arrested after reports that they were attempting to sell items door to door without a licence.

Wiltshire Police said it received reports of the children trying to sell goods in Malmesbury on Tuesday.

The group was said to have become abusive and rude when attempts at selling failed.

A 17-year-old boy from Redcar and Cleveland and two 15-year-olds from Middlesbrough were arrested on suspicion of selling door-to-door without a pedlar’s licence.

An 18-year-old from Middlesbrough was arrested on suspicion of selling door-to-door without a pedlar’s licence and a racially-aggravated public order offence.

 

A man has been arrested after an attempted break in at a church in Skelton yesterday.

A man attempted to break into All Saints Church on the High Street in Skelton in the early hours of yesterday morning.

He has since been arrested for this offence and others that came to light as a result of his arrest.

The male has subsequently been charged with four offences and has been remanded to appear in court later today.

 

PD Ports has signed a pledge to support ex-members of the armed forces find local jobs and enhance their employability skills once they leave military life. 

As one of the UK’s major port operators and logistics specialists, PD Ports has been a strong advocate of the value employing former military workers brings to the business, with around 8% of its 1,200 workforce being service veterans and reservists.

The Armed Forces Covenant is a pledge from businesses, local authorities and the third sector that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces and their families are treated fairly.

PD Ports is proud to join a growing number that have already signed their pledges to recognise the value of our Armed Forces community.


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