Herts Police clean up rubbish in Baldock

By Layth Yousif

17th Aug 2022 | Local News

Cleaning up in Baldock
Cleaning up in Baldock

Cleaning up in Baldock 

Officers from the North Herts Safer Neighbourhood Team joined colleagues from Settle Housing, the Nightingale Park Association and HACRO, for a clean-up event in Baldock on Monday 15 August.

PCs Jane Keating and Natasha Redman, and PCSO Frankie Mitchell, braved the heat to help clear brambles and hedges and give the area a general tidy up.

PC Keating said: "This park is an area where there has been an issue with anti-social behaviour (ASB) so I decided to contact our partner agencies and organise a project where we could target areas such as this one.

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