Police Community Support Officer Gareth Jones of HGC De Gwynedd / NWP Gwynedd South Wales recently visited the Dolgellau Brownies to offer children with a cheque worth £50 from North Wales Police and Community Trust (PACT) to help children celebrate Halloween and Bonfire Night.
Gareth Jones, Police Community Support Officer, presented the cheque and spent time with the children; the PCSO had a deep conversation and discussions about Halloween Party.
PCSO Gareth Jones visited, intending to give a talk to children about keeping themselves safe during the party and gatherings and to behave appropriately over Halloween and Bonfire Night.
As per the information provided by the official Facebook account of HGC De Gwynedd / NWP Gwynedd South Police Community Support Officer Gareth Jones, he thanked all the children for behaving well and participating in all the questions that were being asked.
Children after the session enjoyed the refreshments, including hot dogs and squash, which the Dolgellau Co-op donated.
While sharing the photographs of presenting the cheque to the children by PCSO, the official Facebook page HGC De Gwynedd / NWP Gwynedd South account shared the information captioning, “PCSO Gareth Jones recently visited the Dolgellau Brownies to present them with a cheque for £50 from the North Wales Police and Community Trust (PACT) and to give a talk on keeping safe and behaving responsibly over Halloween and Bonfire Night.”
In addition, the Facebook page added, “Thanks to all the Brownies for being so well-behaved and for listening and answering the questions so well. The Brownies then enjoyed hot dogs and squash refreshments, kindly donated by the Dolgellau Co-op.”
Photo Courtesy: HGC De Gwynedd / NWP Gwynedd South (Facebook)