Have a Chat

PUBLISHED: 11:55 15 June 2006 | UPDATED: 11:47 04 May 2010

THIS evening (Thursday), between 7pm and 8pm, there is the chance to meet and have a chat with one of Soham s Police Community Support Officers outside the Co-op. PCSO Gaynor Foster will be there to listen to our concerns and explain what is happening. W

THIS evening (Thursday), between 7pm and 8pm, there is the chance to meet and have a chat with one of Soham's Police Community Support Officers outside the Co-op. PCSO Gaynor Foster will be there to listen to our concerns and explain what is happening.

We all appreciate that our PCs and PCSOs can't be everywhere, but it would have saved several people a lot of washing and scrubbing if they could have restrained the idiot who saw fit to spray paint the school signs on Sand Street and various other places on Saturday night. Surely it couldn't have been the same bunch who were trying to set fire to trees on the Rec. while the beer festival was underway, could it? That's the same lot who were doing donuts on the grass with their mopeds.

I suppose it is the same excuse, 'we're bored and there's nothing to do'. If the behaviour we noticed on Saturday evening is anything to go by, counting up to three should keep them amused for several hours. How about destroying your own property for once, see how amusing that is!


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