dealing and Manor Gardens issues voted top police priorities
drugs in Burnham-On-Sea town centre and anti-social behaviour
in the Manor Gardens have been voted as the top two priorities
for police in the town over the next three months.
Burnham Police's quarterly 'Have Your Say' meeting last night
(Thursday), residents were given the chance to select the issues
which should be adressed by police in the town.
the meeting, which was attended by around 20 people in the Town
Council Chambers, tackling anti-social behaviour in the Manor
Gardens in the run-up to a £250,000
project to renovate the Manor House - and drug dealing in
the town centre were agreed as the main priorities.
were also given on tackling the two issues set at the previous
meeting last year - anti-social driving and parking problems.
Cllr Ken Smout, Sgt Ian Kennett, resident Andy Brewer, Sedgemoor
District Council's dog warden Tina Kick, PCSO Sarah England, Constable
Ian Bartlett at Thursday's meeting