Police have called a public “walk through” meeting to discuss incidents of anti-social behaviour along a pedestrian route into Bradley Stoke’s new town centre. The move comes after the matter was agreed as a priority issue at a recent meeting of the Bradley Stoke Safer & Stronger Community Group.
A recent article in The Journal highlighted the concerns of residents living around the Willow Brook Centre, who fear that the problems will become worse as the new town centre attracts more pedestrian traffic.
The meeting, described by the police as a “environmental visual audit”, takes place on Wednesday (15th October) at 6pm. Interested parties should meet in Manor Farm Crescent, by the pedestrian access point into the Willow Brook Centre.
A leaflet delivered by police to homes in the area invites residents to:
Meet members of the Policing Team and other partner agencies to discuss any concerns you may have with the walkway through to the district centre. Find out how you can help us to help you.
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