Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) John Campion is set to visit Oswestry on August 3.

The event forms part of his summer event programme across West Mercia communities.

The PCC plans to use these events to speak to residents, understand their concerns, and learn more about issues in the areas.

Mr Campion said: "As your voice in policing, I am always keen to speak to local communities to greater understand their priorities.

"I am currently developing my new police and crime plan, setting the blueprint for West Mercia Police over the next four years, and it’s my commitment to have the public’s voice at its heart.

"Please say hello to myself and my team if you are planning to come along, I look forward to speaking with many of you there."

The Oswestry Show is only one destination on the calendar of public engagements.

Other key stops include the Bromsgrove Carnival on July 13, and the Much Marcle Steam Rally in Herefordshire on July 20, followed by Telford Police Open Day on September 15.

The summer programme comes right after Mr Campion's visit to the Bromsgrove Police and Fire Hub open day which happened on July 6.

Those unable to attend the events are encouraged to reach out via West Mercia PCC's website https://www.westmercia-pcc.gov.uk/contact/ for more information or ways of sharing their thoughts.