Spotlight on yob behaviour
THE spotlight will fall on antisocial behaviour in Seaside, with another public meeting in Llanelli.
Residents of Seaside and the Glanymor ward held a public meeting at the Seaside Sports and Social Club at the start of April, following incidents in the area.
Now Llanelli MP Nia Griffith has taken the lead in organising another forum at the Selwyn Samuel Centre at 5.30pm tomorrow.
She said: “Seaside is a very stable and close-knit community where residents take a real pride in their area.
“It is totally unacceptable that a handful of individuals should be allowed to make their neighbours lives a misery. Join me, AM Lee Waters and Glanymor’s county councillors, John Prosser and Louvain Roberts in the Selwyn Samuel Centre to raise concerns about antisocial behaviour or other issues with police, council and housing association officers. We will not tolerate antisocial behaviour in Seaside.”