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Vandalism to top Guilsfield police agenda

Created on 11/07/2011 @ 10:06
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Guilsfield has been hit by a spate of vandalism which is expected to top the agenda at tonight’s key meeting with police.
There have been reports of broken windows and damage to the Old School which have been followed by cricketers discovering vandalism to the village’s sports facilities at the Community Centre.
The old football dug outs were vandalised and bricks had been pulled out of the grandstand and it took cricketers more than 30 minutes to carry out a clean-up of the area before Saturday’s top of the table clash with Newport.
One player told us: “We filled a couple of bin bags with rubbish that had just been thrown all over the place. It was a complete mess when we arrived and doesn’t exactly show the village in a good light to our visitors.”
Guilsfield residents are invited to attend the meeting tonight (Monday) by the police to discuss community issues.
The Community Partnership Meeting starts in Guilsfield Community Centre at 7pm.
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