CCTV camera for Nanny Goat Park

Town centre councillors Geoff Almond and Lisa Preston demonstrate the new CCTV camera in Nanny Goat Park (9126779)

Town centre councillors Geoff Almond and Lisa Preston demonstrate the new CCTV camera in Nanny Goat Park (9126779)

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IN a bid to prevent nuisance behaviour a CCTV camera has been installed to monitor a new skate park.

The camera at Nanny Goat Park in Parr has been paid for from the Councillor Improvement Fund. Each year each ward is given £15,000 to spend on projects suggested by residents.

Councillors then decide which projects can be supported, taking into account budgets and timescales, then work with neighbours and community groups to develop them.

Residents who want to find out more about the fund in their area should contact their ward councillor.

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4:54pm Tue 12 Aug 14

jumperr says...

Don't stop nuisance behaviour in the street, never fails too amaze me this lot
Don't stop nuisance behaviour in the street, never fails too amaze me this lot jumperr
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9:27pm Thu 14 Aug 14

bethjohnsonx says...

nanny goat park isnt in parr, its in fingerpost
nanny goat park isnt in parr, its in fingerpost bethjohnsonx
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12:58am Fri 15 Aug 14

anthonywilson says...

As Beth has said the Park isn't in Parr its in Fingerpost and the two Councillors in Question represent the Town Centre Ward not the Parr ward. Come on St Helens Star get it right.
As Beth has said the Park isn't in Parr its in Fingerpost and the two Councillors in Question represent the Town Centre Ward not the Parr ward. Come on St Helens Star get it right. anthonywilson
  • Score: 1

5:17pm Sat 16 Aug 14

barrie timpson says...

Nil Satis Nisi optimum.
Nil Satis Nisi optimum. barrie timpson
  • Score: 0

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