Brian McAnaney is campaigning to save Aycliffe's police station

Save Aycliffe Police Station

Brian McAnaney is leading a petition campaign to keep a police station in Aycliffe.

Local campaigner Brian said, “Labour shut the main police station and moved into offices. The new Labour police boss has now lost us those too. Local Lib Dems have started a petition demanding we have a police station in our town.” 

Adding your signature will strengthen Brian's campaign to save Aycliffe's police station.

Save Aycliffe Police Station

We, the residents of Newton Aycliffe, demand our Police and Crime Commissioner provides us with a police station and decent police provision,

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