Panel discusses anti-social behaviour
ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour was due to be discussed at the Soham Area Neighbourhood Panel yesterday (Wednesday). The panel met at Chippenham Village Hall to receive updates on anti-social behaviour at Soham Village College, St. Andrew s Primary School and the I
ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour was due to be discussed at the Soham Area Neighbourhood Panel yesterday (Wednesday).
The panel met at Chippenham Village Hall to receive updates on anti-social behaviour at Soham Village College, St. Andrew's Primary School and the Isleham and Fordham recreation grounds as well as speeding through the villages.
Members also discussed the priorities for Soham, Chippenham, Isleham, Wicken, Fordham, Kennett and Snailwell and looked at the Chippenham Parish Plan.
Ste Thornley, acting head of corporate strategy at East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: "We are starting to see a difference in the areas we have targeted but we know we have more to do. Our work is not just about anti-social behaviour, we look into areas such as waste, community plans and efforts to encourage participation within the Soham area."
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