Action for police station move

Action for station move

Action for station move

First published in Memory Lane by

There was no shortage of help when police moved to their new station.

Police cadets were brought in on a Sunday to shift dozens of items from the old station in Church Green, Witney, to the new divisional headquarters in Welch Way in 1968.

The move took place just a month before Thames Valley Police came into existence and the old Oxfordshire force was consigned to history.

The old police station in Witney was retained by the police as a prosecutions office.

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