ELM: Children need something to do
I HAVE just read an article in Wisbech Standard regarding windows being broken in a property on the junction grove gardens and main road Elm. I cannot help but think it may be linked to the large number of teenagers that seem to be wondering around Elm v
I HAVE just read an article in Wisbech Standard regarding windows being broken in a property on the junction grove gardens and main road Elm.
I cannot help but think it may be linked to the large number of teenagers that seem to be wondering around Elm village these dark nights.
This may seem like a blame-the-youth-type-letter but far from it.
With all the new houses and families with teenagers in the village isn't it time there was something done for these kids so they don't have to roam the village streets bored of an evening.
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There is a nice new family centre at the rear of the primary school and I am sure that this could be put to good use to help the young people of this community for somewhere to socialise instead of outside the Elm village shop and surrounding streets.
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