Policeman saying farewell to Potters Bar
A POPULAR police officer is pounding the beat in Potters Bar for the final time today (Thursday). Pc Paul Reading is moving to a new post with the Metropolitan Police after five years serving the town. Pc Reading told the Potters Bar Edition he had loved
A POPULAR police officer is pounding the beat in Potters Bar for the final time today (Thursday).
Pc Paul Reading is moving to a new post with the Metropolitan Police after five years serving the town.
Pc Reading told the Potters Bar Edition he had "loved" working here.
"I've really enjoyed my time in Potters Bar," he said.
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"I've made some really good friends and met some nice people.
"I will miss it - but I felt the time is right for me to move on."
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The dad-of-two made national headlines and attended a Downing Street reception with PM Gordon Brown last year when he was declared one of Britain's bravest bobbies.
He was nominated in the Police Bravery Awards after saving a man from plunging to his death from a bridge over the M25.
His departure will be a "great loss" for Potters Bar, according to residents. See this week's Potters Bar Edition for more.