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Police and council meet food producer to discuss anti-social behaviour

PUBLISHED: 13:32 15 March 2019 | UPDATED: 13:55 15 March 2019

Breckland police teams, councillor Claire Bowes, and representatives from the County Council and Breckland Council, and Cranswick Country Foods held a meeting on March 12. PHOTO: Breckland Police

Breckland police teams, councillor Claire Bowes, and representatives from the County Council and Breckland Council, and Cranswick Country Foods held a meeting on March 12. PHOTO: Breckland Police

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A meeting to discuss a recent run of anti-social behaviour in a town has been held.

Two Breckland Police teams, Watton councillor Claire Bowes, and representatives from the County Council and Breckland Council met on March 12 to talk about Brandon Road in Watton.

Also present were representatives from Cranswick Country Foods which operates on Brandon Road where much of the anti-social behaviour and littering has been.

A Breckland Police spokesman said: “Cranswick is a large local employer of EU Nationals and as such the police and district council met with their management as part of our partnership working and to ensure that we are tailoring our public services to all in the local community.

“We discussed such matters as personal security, cycling on pavements and our local SNAP [Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel] priority which is anti-social behaviour in Brandon Road.”

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