Wreningham has a new police community support officer, PCSO Darrin Sore, following a reorganisation of local Police boundaries.

PCSO Sore covers the Mulbarton and Hethersett area and has recently had Wreningham and four other small villages added to his extended area. He now covers 18 villages with 15 parish councils.

He paid a first visit to Wreningham Parish Council on November 10 and has also been to the village school and will be doing an assembly there in the near future.

PCSO Sore told the parish council that he has been in the role for 11 years and was a “feet on the street type of Police officer”.

He reported to the council on local crime statistics, saying there had been one reported local crime in the last month when a car at The Poplars in Wreningham had had a brick thrown through its window and a handbag snatched by two men who drove up in a car.

Further to the letter from Inspector Lou Provart (on Twitter at @InspProvart) introducing himself as new into post, we have received further contact advice.

The PCSO covering Wreningham is PCSO 8174 Darrin Sore, who can be contacted via 101. His Beat Manager is PC Glenn Hambling, with Sergeant Jim Heath as his boss.

Emergency contact – 999 if you are facing an incident or crime and you need police help immediately.

Non-emergency contact – dial 101 or send a text message to 07786 200777

General enquiries – email Norfolk Constabulary at enquiries@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.

For non-emergency matters you can contact the Safer Neighbourhood Team directly at SNTWymondham@norfolk.pnn.police.uk or call 101 and ask to speak to the Safer Neighbourhood Team covering Wreningham.

Other general enquiries can be routed through Sally Sandford, CPC Administrator Wymondham, Room 1.1.73, Norfolk Constabulary, Jubilee House, Falconers Chase, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 0WW  Tel:  01953 424153   Fax:  01953 424181