Next PACT Meeting & Scout Moor Debate

It’s been a while since the Police last held a PACT (Police and Communities Together) meeting at the Tottington Library Annex.  Yvonne and I have been chasing this up with them and I’ve just found out there will be one held on Thursday 16th July at 7pm at the usual place.

Any local residents are free to come along and listen and chat to the local PSCOs about any crime and anti-social behaviour issues that may be occurring in Tottington, Walshaw and Affetside.

On a different matter, residents may not be aware of the planning applications that is currently with Rossendale Council to build another 16 Wind-Turbines on Scout Moor that is directly visible to many residents in Bury North.

Therefore, The Holcombe Society have set up a public debate at Ramsbottom Civic Hall this Thursday 16th June at 7pm, which will be chaired by former TV Presenter Martin Henfield.

Thanks for Reading!

Iain

 

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4 thoughts on “Next PACT Meeting & Scout Moor Debate

  1. There has been an increasing problem over the last 2 months of vandalism on and around old towns meadow park as a laurel street resident we have had cars vandlised bins knocked over in the back street people hopping over the fence in between the park and the back street damaging plants and fencing. In general anti social behaviour that on Saturday night culminating in the new table tennis table being snapped in half this is a concern as it does not seem to be being delt with by the authorities who have been informed on many occasions. As a tottington resident for some time I remember a similar period of vandalism and trouble on laurel st that was ignored by the police until it got out of control please don’t let it happen again.

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    1. Hello Scott, thank you for your comments and I’m sorry to hear about these incidents. I will forward your report to PC Chris Boardman who is the police officer for our area and request more coverage from PSCO’s. If you haven’t already done so, you may wish to report these incidents on tel no 101 as the more incidents re logged the greater the chance more resources being allocated to our area. Please also alert me on future incidents

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