Police to hold meeting over playing field anti-social behaviour

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Police will be in Brundall next week - Credit: Archant

Residents of a Norfolk village concerned about anti-social behaviour on a playing field can raise their concerns with police at a meeting next week.

Beat managers PC Jackie Chambers and PC Steve Godden are holding a street surgery event on Thursday, August 11, in response to recent reports of anti-social behaviour on the playing field at Brundall, near Acle.

Police say the anti-social behaviour includes bad language, verbal abuse towards other park users, an attempt to light a small fire and hate crime.

The street surgery event will be held at Brundall Memorial Hall from 7pm on August 11.

A statement from Norfolk police said: "If you have any information about these incidences, or want to chat to officers about other local anti-social behaviour issues, then please come along to Brundall Memorial Hall at 7pm on August 11."

Residents can also email the local Safer Neighbourhood Team at SNTAcle@norfolk.police.uk