Anti-social behaviour still a problem in Frodsham

ANTI-social behaviour by groups of youths is continuing to cause problems in Frodsham – despite the COVID restrictions.
Earlier in the year, after the easing of the original lockdown restrictions, PCSO Neil Flanagan raised the issue with Frodsham Town Council.
Now he has reported the problems are continuing, with complaints from local residents.
In particular, there have been complaints of late night disturbances near to Green Gates on Ship Street.
PCSO Flanagan has liaised with residents and Weaver Vale Housing Trust and has also carried out extra patrols of an evening and at weekends.
Another problem area is the Memorial Field car park on Bellemonte Road, which attracts young people later in the evening.
According to the PCSO, they sit in their cars playing loud music and littering.
There is also evidence of the use of nitrous oxide – laughing gas – which is not illegal but dangerous.
Police have also received reports of Bellemonte Road being used as a “race track” late at night after the youngsters have left the car park.
After speaking to residents in the area, one suggestion put forward was for the Memorial Field car park to be closed overnight.

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