Town councillors and police discuss bad behaviour in Bordon

Wednesday 9th March 2022 7:00 am
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Cllr Andy Tree (foreground, left) and Sgt Simeon Poulton (foreground, centre) at a public meeting in Bordon in January 2020
Cllr Andy Tree (foreground, left) and Sgt Simeon Poulton (foreground, centre) at a public meeting in Bordon in January 2020 (Whitehill Town Council )

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CRIMINAL damage and anti-social behaviour in Whitehill & Bordon were discussed when Whitehill Town Council’s leader Cllr Andy Tree and deputy leader Cllr Catherine Clark met police sergeant Simeon Poulton.

Particular attention was paid to The Shed and the new town centre. Cllr Tree said: “It was a potentially productive meeting with some action points to follow up with the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, which runs The Shed, and the police. The facilities across the town are ours and damaging them is an own goal. I want to see the positive aspects of development succeed for the benefit of fellow residents.”

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