Priorities to be discussed at meeting of Grantham south residents

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Families and businesses living and operating in the southern part of Grantham are invited to join in a discussion of policing and other matters.

Police community support office Jackie Fulker and Councillor Charmaine Morgan will hold a residents’ meeting at St Anne’s Church, in Harrowby Road, on Friday, April 4.

Up for discussion will be priorities set at the first such meeting, held earlier this month. They are to:

* install temporary speed cameras in specified streets

* monitor and tackle anti-social behaviour in McDonald’s car park

* tackle fly-tipping

* have a zero tolerance approach to drug dealing

* complete late night surveys of public open spaces where potential criminal activity is taking place, including Harrowby Road allotments

Meetings will be held at the church on the first Friday of every month at 7pm.

Meanwhile, Coun Morgan is available to talk to residents at the Jubilee Church Life Centre on the second Tuesday of each month.