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Help stamp out problems at Wisbech Adventure Park




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Volunteers are needed to help stamp out anti-social behaviour at a Wisbech park.

People called police three times in one night after being woken by yobs messing around at The Spinney.

Someone shone a laser pen into one resident’s bedroom while adults were shouting and using the zip wire at the Wisbech Adventure Park.

Now an appeal has been put out to find volunteers willing to lock away the zip wire at night to prevent further problems.

Cambridgeshire County Council, which manages the site, has already put out an appeal for more people to help shape the future direction and management of the popular site in Waterlees Road.

Michael and Virginia Bucknor, who represent Waterlees on Wisbech Town and Fenland District Councils, feel locking up the zip wire would help to alleviate the problems.

Mr Bucknor said: “I would ask people to respect that people are living in the area and some of the residents are older people.

“We would like a volunteer who would be willing to lock and unlock the zip wire.”

They say the playground, which opened in 2011 at a cost of £1 million, is a brilliant facility for the town and its younger residents.



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