A POLICE community contact vehicle will be in the Haugh tomorrow.
The Teviot and Liddesdale Community Safety Panel receives funding from the police to implement projects around the area.
And chairperson, Reverend Lisa-Jane Rankin as well as members Stuart Marshall and Ann Knight will be on hand to hear how Teries would like that money spent.
Rev Rankin said: “The panel is here to act as a link between the community and the police. It could be concerns about dog fouling or ASBOs. We want to know what the public would like to see done.”
The vehicle will be in the Haugh from 10am until 12noon. It will be in the car park next to the former Burnfoot Roadhouse next Saturday.