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Community’s tribute to long serving PCSO’s


A COMMUNITY in Warrington has shown its gratitude to their LOCAL PCSOs by including them in a special mosaic.
PCSOs Robert Gallagher and Janet Price were included in the display, located in St Elphin’s Park, Howley, as a symbol of all that is good and positive within the local community.
The artwork is made of various tiles and clay patterns and was completed after 200 hours of handcrafted work by several local people.
The mosaic had been an ambition of the Friends of St. Elphins Park for a number of years before it was unveiled to the public in October by local councillors Tony Higgins and Jean Flaherty.
Rob and Janet are honoured and humbled to be represented in a display that means so much to the community.
Rob said: “To be immortalised in a work of art produced by the community that we both serve is a real honour.
“We have both worked on the ward for over 10 years, and we have seen it go from strength to strength. To be part of that process has been a privilege.
The mosaic personifies the community we are both proud to serve.”
Chief Inspector Simon Meegan, of Warrington Police, said: “The mosaic is a fantastic tribute to Rob and Janet, showing how valued and respected they are by the local community.
“I am proud of them both, their commitment as local PCSOs is literally set in stone!”


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