Park respect

PUBLISHED: 15:57 10 May 2007 | UPDATED: 21:40 29 May 2010

I AM a resident in Baynard Avenue and I can see the park very clearly. Before the park was open and the large fencing was erected around it youths were often in there at midnight. One night my daughter came and told my husband because they were making a

I AM a resident in Baynard Avenue and I can see the park very clearly.

Before the park was open and the large fencing was erected around it youths were often in there at midnight.

One night my daughter came and told my husband because they were making a noise so he went and cleared them away from the park. They went straight away but not without giving abuse to him, calling him a names when they were further up the road.

A couple of days later they were there again. I told them to leave the park and said they should have some respect, and they just went away.

What I find amazing is there are other residents living opposite the park who do nothing about them. I am sure the disrespectful youths live on the estate.

A concerned resident


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