Antisocial behaviour drop-ins for Pill

PUBLISHED: 08:00 10 February 2015

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Pill residents will be given the chance to get advice on any antisocial behaviour issues they are concerned about at three dedicated monthly drop-in sessions.

In response to requests from residents, North Somerset Council, supported by Avon and Somerset police, is putting on the sessions at Pill Library at Crockerne House in Underbanks tomorrow (Wednesday), March 11 and April 8, with a view to making them permanent.

Clair Sandilands, an antisocial behaviour case worker for North Somerset Council, who runs similar drop-ins in Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead, said: “I currently run six permanent sessions across the district and the Pill session was requested by residents in the area.

“We have secured three dates over three months to provide the service, with a view to making it permanent if demand requires.”

Each session will start at 2pm and will be attended by North Somerset Council community response officers, anti-social behaviour caseworkers and the Pill police beat team.

For more information contact the North Somerset Council community safety and drug action team on 01934 426752 or email community@n-somerset.gov.uk


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