'Support the youth' call

PUBLISHED: 07:13 09 July 2008 | UPDATED: 22:02 15 June 2010

LACK of youth facilities is a key concern for Seaton residents, according to findings by recent Partners and Communities Together (PACT) surgeries.

LACK of youth facilities is a key concern for Seaton residents, according to findings by recent Partners and Communities Together (PACT) surgeries.The Neighbourhood Beat Team, with members of the local town council, East Devon District Council, Highways Agency and the Partnership office from Exmouth, spoke to residents and visitors to the area, noting their concerns.A need for facilities for the youth was highlighted, with residents calling for continued maintenance to sporting facilities, clubs, cinemas and sports halls. Other areas of concern included: parking, dog fouling, speeding, road repairs, vandalism and anti-social behaviour. The information will now be used for the local policing plan for the neighbourhood team and the partner agencies, with the results of the next three months' work publicised at the next consultation.


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