Novel twist to calling the police as village launderette becomes nerve centre

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PC Pat Barry, village bobby in Weaverham, Cheshire, at work in the store room of the launderette which serves as police station and contact point with the local community. The one-man police station at Weaverham, which has a population of 8,000, was closed in 1980.

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