Business praised for repairing Nailsea’s youth shelter

PUBLISHED: 17:00 08 November 2018 | UPDATED: 17:33 08 November 2018

A work day is being held at Millennium Park to put up a new youth shelter.

A work day is being held at Millennium Park to put up a new youth shelter.

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Police in Nailsea are warning young people not to climb on the youth shelter in Millennium Park.

The shelter was put up in the park, off Brockway, in December last year to reduce antisocial behaviour.

Police officers from the Nailsea neighbourhood beat team fundraised for the project after young people asked for a place to hang out in the town. Nailsea Town Council also donated money towards the scheme.

ET Fabrications has just finished carrying out some repairs on the shelter after it was damaged.

Sergeant Mark Raby explained some alterations are planned.

He said: “Nailsea neighbourhood team would like to thank ET Fabrications of Nailsea for fixing the Nailsea Millennium Park youth shelter after it was damaged.

“The team is going to add security paint for safety reason and would like to remind people the shelter is there for everyone and climbing on the shelter is dangerous.”


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