Parking concern raised at PACT

PUBLISHED: 13:30 26 October 2010 | UPDATED: 12:25 27 October 2010

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CHEDDAR Police has set its main priorities for the coming months after hearing residents' concerns at a meeting last week.

More than 20 people turned out to the Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meeting held in the village last Wednesday.

Beat manager PC Kat Forrest said she was pleased with the response and has highlighted parking as people’s number one concern followed by noise and damage, and speeding.

She said: “It was a positive outcome at the meeting. We experienced support from residents in the local area and now we have set three priorities together as a community for us to focus on.”

PC Forrest and PCSOs Matt Hawker and Sam Haydon say they will step up patrols in the area to combat these issues.

They are also appealing for residents to become involved in Speed Watch, a scheme to tackle the problem of speeding motorists.

If you would like to volunteer or to find our more information about the scheme ring 0845 4567000 or email

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