Students Encouraged To Make A Difference Within Their Communities

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Pictured launching Lifefstyle are PCSOs Robert Dove and Keeley Burrows with Tollbar Academy Year 7 students (l-r) Joel Collins, Liban Abdi, Alyssa Nichol and Emily Ennis.


Year 7 students at Tollbar Academy have the chance to make a real difference within their communities if they take part in Lifestyle. These were the words of Humberside Police PCSOs Robert Dove and Keeley Burrows as they launched the longstanding project at the academy.

PCSO Dove said: "We have come to Tollbar to encourage the students to become engaged in their local community and get out in the fresh air during the summer holidays. We want them to become part of the community, and there's also a chance to win some great prizes."

Operation Lifestyle was first launched by Humberside Police in 1989 and takes place every summer, involving thousands of local school-children.

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