A report had been received from the community police officer, advising that the recent anti-social behaviour in Aldreth and at the recreation field had subsided; regular patrols are still being made. Parking concerns are still being raised despite discuss
A report had been received from the community police officer, advising that the recent anti-social behaviour in Aldreth and at the recreation field had subsided; regular patrols are still being made. Parking concerns are still being raised despite discussion with residents and enforcement whenever offences are committed. PCSO Rob Dewsbury has joined the beat and will be with this area for the foreseeable future. Regular patrols are also being carried out in Camping Close, as this remains a high priority to deter distraction burglaries and rogue traders.
The next police surgeries will be held on January 31 at 3.20pm-3.40pm in Aldreth and at 3.45pm-4.15pm in Haddenham.
Information from district councillor
Pauline Wilson reported that the Leisure Facilities Working Party is looking at possible areas for a new sports centre to be developed in the next five years.
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