Some of the most common complaints raised with the parish council, or at the annual assemblies, relate to anti-social behaviour committed by other people such as:
- dog fouling left on footpaths and in open spaces despite dog bins being provided,
- inconsiderate parking that puts other road users or pedestrians at risk,
- speeding, which we’re told are often local vehicles, so perhaps you drive carefully along your own road but then speed up along the through roads,
- anti-social/dangerous driving such as spinning donuts at the industrial estate or overtaking whilst there are oncoming vehicles along Westfield Road,
- littering despite rubbish bins being provided.