CCTV coming to King George V Playing Field

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At last week's Parish Council meeting, Councillors discussed a number of reports of anti-social behaviour in the village, specifically in the Woodland and also on and around the King George V Playing Field. PCSO Ryan Reid also attended the meeting and reiterated the need for the community to assist in reducing such incidents by reporting concerns to the police non-emergency phone number 101.

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The Council agreed to move forward on a proposal to install CCTV cameras to cover the car park and the top of the field as a means of discouraging such activity in the immediate area. Council also approved a proposal to replace the vandalised fence between the car park and the top of the field

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