Social behaviour – Sociology Eso Science http://www.sociologyesoscience.com/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 03:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/favicon-6-150x150.png Social behaviour – Sociology Eso Science http://www.sociologyesoscience.com/ 32 32 Newport HMO scrapped after opposition from neighbors https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/newport-hmo-scrapped-after-opposition-from-neighbors/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 03:00:00 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/newport-hmo-scrapped-after-opposition-from-neighbors/ Plans for a new HMO in a residential area of ​​Newport have been rejected by planners after neighbors complained. A three-bedroom terraced house in Collier Street is said to have been turned into a four-person HMO (multiple occupancy house) under the proposals. 17 neighbors filed objections to the plans, citing fears including that a new […]]]>

Plans for a new HMO in a residential area of ​​Newport have been rejected by planners after neighbors complained.

A three-bedroom terraced house in Collier Street is said to have been turned into a four-person HMO (multiple occupancy house) under the proposals.

17 neighbors filed objections to the plans, citing fears including that a new HMO “would have a detrimental effect on the street” and could end up “potentially increasing anti-social behavior”.

But it was a lack of available parking that Newport council planners cited when they rejected HMO’s application.

The conversion would have required four parking spaces – and planners said the property would have been “entirely dependent on nearby residential streets” for parking if it went ahead.

‘Additional parking demand will result in congestion and increased hazardous vehicle maneuvers to the detriment of residential amenities and road safety, and no information has been provided to mitigate this objection,’ council planners said.

Several local residents cited existing parking pressures when opposing the planned HMO.

One described Collier Street as “already crowded”, and another said “after 6pm on most days it’s often impossible to park near you”.

However, many of the residents’ other concerns did not play a role in the decision to refuse the HMO.

A common complaint was fear that an HMO would bring crime, noise, and anti-social behavior to the neighborhood.

One person who objected said Collier Street was “a family-oriented community” and shared fears that the planned HMO “could be the start of a decline in the area.”

Another person said ‘the police always seem to be in that area lately’ and suggested ‘it would make sense to turn this house into a police station’.

A parent who expressed opposition to the plans said “for the safety of the children [and] our local school, I most certainly oppose this candidacy”.

Council officers noted residents’ concerns, but said “the primary considerations in this application are the potential impact of the change of use on parking supply, flooding, and the potential impact on the character and amenity to the surrounding area and neighboring properties”.

The proposals were for a property in a “highly vulnerable” flood risk area, according to planning documents, but the environmental agency Natural Resources Wales raised no objections to the HMO’s plans.

Some residents also objected on the grounds that they felt there were already enough HMOs in the neighborhood.

But planners said “it is considered that the proposal would not result in a harmful level of over-concentration of HMO in the area and is acceptable in terms of the risk of flooding”.

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Caregiver who displayed sexual and racist behavior and imitated an SSSC-banned wheelchair patient https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/caregiver-who-displayed-sexual-and-racist-behavior-and-imitated-an-sssc-banned-wheelchair-patient/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 11:08:46 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/caregiver-who-displayed-sexual-and-racist-behavior-and-imitated-an-sssc-banned-wheelchair-patient/ A carer who displayed sexual and racist behavior and imitated a patient who was in a wheelchair has been issued a restraining order. Paul Raymond Anderson was employed as a support worker at Sense Scotland Supported Living: Fife & Surroundings in Glenrothes when the incidents happened. He was accused of making racist and sexual comments […]]]>

A carer who displayed sexual and racist behavior and imitated a patient who was in a wheelchair has been issued a restraining order.

Paul Raymond Anderson was employed as a support worker at Sense Scotland Supported Living: Fife & Surroundings in Glenrothes when the incidents happened.

He was accused of making racist and sexual comments to a colleague, nicknamed ZZ to protect his anonymity, on or around September 2, 2021.

Anderson was also accused of impersonating a vulnerable patient in a wheelchair, nicknamed AA to protect his identity, on the same day.

While bathing, AA doused his co-worker with water — prompting Anderson to tell ZZ that “I bet that’s not the only way to get soaked.”

The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) thought it was sexually motivated.

Following this, while washing AA’s hair, he commented that if his colleague YY (who is of Asian descent) performed the task, it would be called “an Indian head massage”.

In this case, Anderson would have acted in a racist manner by the SSSC.

Finally, the caregiver also imitated AA by sitting in the wheelchair, pretending to bump into objects, imitating AA’s vocal sounds, and pretending to drool.

The SSSC said all three of these incidents occurred in the presence of AA.

His fitness to practice was found to be impaired by the board, who said his misconduct “raises serious values ​​concerns and calls into question your fitness to work in the profession.”

The decision documents stated, “During a day at work and in the presence of AA, you acted both in a sexually motivated manner and in a racist manner toward your co-workers.

“The behavior is well below the standards expected of registered social workers. This is behavior that is fundamentally incompatible with professional registration.

The council found that Anderson showed no insight, regret or remorse for his actions on the day of the incidents and did not engage in the investigation.

Given the seriousness of his acts, she considered that there was a significant risk of the carer repeating similar behavior, with a risk of harm to users of the service as well as to colleagues.

He said: ‘A reasonably informed member of the public would lose faith in the profession if it were not found that you are currently intoxicated.

“A reasonably informed member of the public would be concerned about the seriousness of your behavior, the lack of respect and dignity shown towards the user of the service by imitating him and the lack of insight shown.”

Anderson’s stance against the allegations was that his actions were “jokes and should not have been taken seriously”.

The SSSC concluded that a takedown or registration order was the most appropriate consequence of its actions, active from September 9.

Sense Scotland has been contacted for comment.

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Bradford Tesco store installs barriers after ASB issues https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/bradford-tesco-store-installs-barriers-after-asb-issues/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/bradford-tesco-store-installs-barriers-after-asb-issues/ BARRIERS were installed at the entrance to a Bradford supermarket which had become a magnet for anti-social behaviour. Earlier this year, the Telegraph & Argus reported that the issues appeared to center on yobbish driving. Black tire marks rolled up across much of the car park at the Tesco Extra store in Great Horton. Some […]]]>

BARRIERS were installed at the entrance to a Bradford supermarket which had become a magnet for anti-social behaviour.

Earlier this year, the Telegraph & Argus reported that the issues appeared to center on yobbish driving.

Black tire marks rolled up across much of the car park at the Tesco Extra store in Great Horton.

Some of the marks on the floor earlier this year

They formed large circles, indicating that the supermarket lot was used as an open space for drivers or cyclists to make “doughnuts”, as they are sometimes called.

Tesco and West Yorkshire Police acknowledged ASB was a problem in the car park and the Bradford South Ward Police (NPT) team said it had been going on for a few months.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The new Tesco Extra car park barrierThe new Tesco Extra car park barrier

At the time, Inspector Andy Thornton, of the Bradford South NPT, told the Telegraph & Argus: “We have been working closely with Tesco and Bradford Council for several months to try to resolve the issues.

“A number of environmental remedies are currently under consideration and we support the powers of the Council under the Protection of Public Spaces Ordinance (PSPO).

“Our neighborhood police teams will continue to be in the area and respond to calls regarding anti-social behavior.”

The store is open to shoppers until midnight every day except Sunday and Tesco said it was “exploring options” to bring the issue under control.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The car park had been the victim of anti-social behaviorThe car park had been the victim of incivility

Following the installation of the new barriers, a Tesco spokesperson said: ‘We are delighted that the Bradford Extra car park barrier will enable more responsible use of the car park and we will continue to work with the council and local police to be a good neighbour.”

“Working with other police services, the local council and other partnerships to tackle anti-social behavior in the area of ​​Beldon Road, Ashton Avenue and the Tesco store”, is still listed as a Great Horton area priority for the police men.

Earlier this year, the PSPO aimed at tackling harmful vehicles in the district was extended for three years in a move hailed by West Yorkshire Police.

Inspector Nick Haigh, who works with the Steerside Law Enforcement Team which tackles anti-social and criminal use of Bradford’s roads, said: “The anti-social use of motor vehicles in the district continues to be one of the most important concerns of our communities.”

The ordinance, which covers the whole of the district of Bradford, was introduced following the widely documented problems of anti-social conduct in the town.

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Public toilets on the Isle of Wight are at risk of being closed https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/public-toilets-on-the-isle-of-wight-are-at-risk-of-being-closed/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 10:34:22 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/public-toilets-on-the-isle-of-wight-are-at-risk-of-being-closed/ A PUBLIC toilet block in Ryde could be closed after problems with anti-social behavior and risks of legionella. The public toilets at the top of St John’s Hill are at risk of closure due to their position outside the town. At a meeting of Ryde Town Council on Monday, councilors agreed to search for new […]]]>

A PUBLIC toilet block in Ryde could be closed after problems with anti-social behavior and risks of legionella.

The public toilets at the top of St John’s Hill are at risk of closure due to their position outside the town.

At a meeting of Ryde Town Council on Monday, councilors agreed to search for new public toilets located in the center of the town and to consult on the closure of those in St John’s Hill.

City Council Clerk Lisa Dyer said one of the reasons council considered closing the toilets was because of continuously high legionella readings, which meant they had to be closed.

The council understood that this was happening due to the lack of water in the system, which led them to believe that they were not being used very well.

Ms Dyer said they received constant reports of anti-social behavior, with toilets blocked with needles, and people not wanting to enter.

The theory was, she says, that if the toilets were closer to town, they would be more visible and easier to manage.

The council’s facilities and assets sub-committee had agreed to close the toilets, once plans and costs had been established to provide a more central and modern toilet.

Concerns raised by advisers, however, led to a change in decision.

Ward Councilor Karen Lucioni said she had never complained about the toilets and Cllr Les Kirkby said they were used very regularly by elderly people returning home from shops to Haylands.

It was agreed that the matter would again be discussed at the facilities and assets sub-committee, with an option to keep the toilets open while providing new public toilets in the town centre.

Ryde City Council will undertake the cleaning of all its public toilets from October 1 after receiving constant complaints that the cleaning was “substandard”.

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Service station plans for the old pub site look set to be turned down https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/service-station-plans-for-the-old-pub-site-look-set-to-be-turned-down/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 09:53:11 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/service-station-plans-for-the-old-pub-site-look-set-to-be-turned-down/ Darlaston Inn North of Stone The Darlaston Inn on the A34 north of Stone closed several years ago and has since become the target of vandals and anti-social behaviour. Stafford Borough Council planning officers have recommended that proposals to build a 24-hour service station on the Darlaston roundabout grounds be turned down due to safety […]]]>
Darlaston Inn North of Stone

The Darlaston Inn on the A34 north of Stone closed several years ago and has since become the target of vandals and anti-social behaviour.

Stafford Borough Council planning officers have recommended that proposals to build a 24-hour service station on the Darlaston roundabout grounds be turned down due to safety concerns for pedestrians, cyclists and the drivers. But Councilman James Nixon asked that the request be considered by the authority’s planning committee.

He said: ‘The Darlaston Inn site has fallen into a bad state of disrepair and has seen a significant increase in anti-social behavior and vandal gatherings. This site will not return to nature and should be commissioned to reflect local demands.

‘I see no reason why the motorways would challenge this site as it used to be a busy pub and with the roundabout in good condition and calming measures in place I would challenge that. The installation of new charging stations is environmentally friendly and necessary due to the lack of charging stations in reasonable proximity.

“In addition to this, we have to consider the development of Meaford Business Park, which will see over 1,000 staff on site at any given time. This will lead to increased car usage and prevent cars from entering and driving through Stone to access existing gas stations. I think this will help reduce long term congestion levels and increased traffic.

“If the application were to continue, I would like signage and lighting to be minimal to avoid disruption and negative impact on neighboring properties and residents. I would also seek to have opening hours mirror those of other businesses such as Marks and Spencer which do not operate 24 hours a day.”

A previous application to build a petrol station and KFC branch on the roundabout was rejected by the borough council in 2019 due to fears for pedestrian safety. And an appeal against the decision was rejected by a town planning inspector in 2020.

The latest plans, submitted by Euro Garages Ltd and Greene King, propose the demolition of the pub and Wacky Warehouse and the redevelopment of the site to provide a service station, sales building including convenience store, food counter and toilets. There would also be eight electric vehicle charging bays, a car wash, four jetwash bays, customer parking and a picnic area.

Staffordshire County Council Highways Department opposed the application. A report to the planning committee said: ‘The proposed retail development would attract visitors and staff on foot and by bike as there are no similar facilities in the vicinity. This would lead to an increase in pedestrian/cyclist crossings on the roundabout, which would potentially affect the smooth and safe flow of vehicles and pedestrians in a potentially dangerous location and, therefore, increase the likelihood of conflicts pedestrians/vehicles resulting in increased danger.

“The developer has failed to demonstrate a satisfactory safe crossing point on this uncontrolled fast traffic roundabout. The traffic generated by the proposed development would likely result in increased danger on the road due to increased use of the ‘existing access/junction.’

There were also 17 objections from residents for reasons including the loss of a pub, flooding issues, noise and smells and fumes from petrol pumps.

Stafford City Council’s planning committee is due to consider the application at a meeting on Wednesday.

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Brighton and Hove Albion https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/brighton-and-hove-albion/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 07:28:21 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/brighton-and-hove-albion/ A reminder not to bring bags larger than A4 (297mm x 210mm) into the stadium as they are not permitted entry through the turnstiles. TRAVEL UPDATE Our match day travel program is in operation this Sunday, where home and away fans can travel for free on buses and trains within the Travel Zone upon presentation […]]]>

A reminder not to bring bags larger than A4 (297mm x 210mm) into the stadium as they are not permitted entry through the turnstiles.

TRAVEL UPDATE

Our match day travel program is in operation this Sunday, where home and away fans can travel for free on buses and trains within the Travel Zone upon presentation of their match ticket.

Please check Southern Rail website before traveling by rail. Trains will not stop at Moulsecomb or London Road after the match.

Seagull Travel offers a full range of services to reserve your seat press here.

Mill Road (BN1 8ZF) and Brighton Racecourse (BN2 9XZ) park-and-ride the sites will be open from 11 a.m., with parking spaces allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

All car park at car parks B and C are now fully booked, with no cash sales that day. Full parking directions can be found here.

An event is taking place at the University of Sussex and roadworks are taking place at Coldean Lane, so please allow extra time for your trip.

All travel news can be read here.

MATCH OVERVIEW

We are looking to bounce back from our first Premier League defeat of the season at the King Power Stadium. Read team news here.

MATCH DAY SCHEDULE

Opening time

Closure hour

club supermarket

11 a.m. and final whistle

During the game & 4:45 p.m.

Counter

11 a.m.

half time

Dick Bar*

11 a.m. and final whistle

Kick-off & 6:30 p.m.

fan zone

11:30 a.m.

1:15 p.m.

East, South and West stands

12 hours

5:30 p.m.

north stand

12 hours

6:30 p.m.

Club 1901 Lounges*

11:30 a.m.

6 p.m.

Mayo Wynne Baxter and chat rooms*

11:30 a.m.

6:30 p.m.

Restaurants*

11:30 a.m.

6 p.m.

*Please note that all bars will stop serving 15 minutes before the scheduled closing time.

Dick’s Bar is open to home and away supporters and match tickets are required to access. Note: Fans must be over 18 to participate.

In the lounges of the 1901 Club, Dick’s Bar and the lobbies, TV screens will show Sky Sports News Sky Sports Manchester United pre-match against Arsenal after the game.

FANZONE

DISCOBUG will join us in the fanzone for some pre-game tunes.

Fans can also show their support for our women’s team by recording songs, cheers and messages at the American Express Cheer Booth, located across from the North Reception. A compilation of the best recordings will be shown on the big screen when the Albion women take on Aston Villa at the Amex on Sunday 11 September.

Do-it-yourself face paints will be distributed in the family stand to our junior supporters.

Get your match day selfie in the photo booth located in the Lower East Stand.

MOBILE TICKETS

Don’t forget to charge your phone before you leave for the Amex and download your tickets to your phone wallet.

Prepare your pass before arriving at the turnstiles.

Tickets appear at the bottom of Apple Wallet or on the Passes tab in Google Pay. You’ll be prompted to do this when you open Google Pay. If your phone doesn’t have NFC, tap on the “Show passcode” option.

FAN DUCT

We work hard to keep football a safe and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy. Therefore, if you witness any discriminatory or abusive behavior, please contact our Anti-Social Line via SMS or WhatsApp at 07880 196442.

See it. Say it. Sorted.

Here is a reminder of our stadium entry instructionssecurity checks will be carried out before you access the turnstiles.

JOIN US FOR HOSPITALITY?

Read our complete match guide for all the following information here:

  • Lounge and restaurant opening and closing times
  • Home entries
  • Dress code – updated for this game
  • Match menus
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Lancashire Police respond to criticism over ASB following BBC News investigation https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/lancashire-police-respond-to-criticism-over-asb-following-bbc-news-investigation/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 16:47:48 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/lancashire-police-respond-to-criticism-over-asb-following-bbc-news-investigation/ Footage taken in the march of Chorley Police responding to ASB concerns in the village of Buckshaw. Credit: Lancashire Police Police have been criticized for failing to respond appropriately to parents’ concerns over teenagers who rioted and attacked children as young as 11 in a Lancashire town. Chorley Police issued a statement on Thursday following […]]]>

Footage taken in the march of Chorley Police responding to ASB concerns in the village of Buckshaw. Credit: Lancashire Police

Police have been criticized for failing to respond appropriately to parents’ concerns over teenagers who rioted and attacked children as young as 11 in a Lancashire town.

Chorley Police issued a statement on Thursday following a BBC News program aired on Wednesday evening which looked into problems with anti-social behavior caused by a group of young people in the town.

The BBC’s months-long investigation focused on one group of teenagers in particular who were allegedly responsible for a number of vicious attacks on girls and boys in Chorley.

According to the report, children were attacked by the group, who filmed their attacks on a mobile phone and then shared the footage on social media to further embarrass their victims – an act known as “patterning”.

A group of Chorley mothers, who are fed up with the alleged lack of action by the police, told the BBC they had ‘waited too long’ for officers to investigate and were therefore forced to take things in hand. .

In response to the BBC News programme, a spokesperson for Chorley Police said on Thursday: “We are sure many of you have seen the BBC News report from Wednesday 31 August on assaults involving children and anti-social behavior (ASB) in Chorley.

“We want to provide more information and context to our communities. Rest assured that we do not condone this behavior and you will see more officers come out over the weekend to tackle ASB.

“No young person, or their parents, should be subjected to horrific attacks like those shown on the show or have to deal with the consequences and impact.”

Chief Superintendent Eddie Newton, Area Commander for the Southern Division, said: ‘I am sickened and appalled by the incidents and behavior of young people shown in the report, particularly the filming of children being attacked and the sharing of this footage. on social networks. media.

“Young people who have committed these crimes should be ashamed of their actions, and their parents/guardians should have frank and difficult conversations with them.

“I do not underestimate the impact this has had on the victims and their families. We have done a lot to support them and keep them informed and have been in constant dialogue with them over the past few months.

“I also fully understand the anger felt by the wider community in Chorley, Lancashire and beyond and so it is essential that we set out both what we have done in relation to the incidents shown and also the work more broad that we are committed to combating social anti-behaviour.

“These attacks took place over several months, the last one being reported to us in April this year.

“We have thoroughly investigated all reports and each youth official has been identified, interviewed on bail and has been treated, or is in the process of being treated, in accordance with national guidelines on the treatment of minors.

“The results for each of the offenders are determined by the young offenders committee, following our investigation.

“Of the total nine offenders, five have received youth warnings and four are still having their cases reviewed by the committee.

“I know a lot of people are unhappy with these results, but we are working within government guidelines through the Department of Justice and the Youth Justice Council.

“The presumption is that children and young people will not be arrested and will instead be treated in a way that prevents them from entering the justice system.”

Police said they take all reports of assault and anti-social behavior very seriously and that when people call them in an emergency they will always be there to answer the phone and dispatch officers as soon as possible.

The spokesperson continued: “We believe that all calls related to these incidents have been handled appropriately, but we understand that some parents are still not satisfied with our response and so it is only fair that we review everything. we did, and we will make sure that we keep all victims and their families informed and that all lessons for us are learned.

“We also review all incidents of ASB reported to us across the county and ensure we have a local proactive operational response in place where needed.”

Chief Superintendent Newton added: ‘At Chorley, we conducted proactive operations throughout the summer months to address local concerns.

“I also want to take this opportunity to reassure people that we will review our policing plans in light of this and do everything in our power to show local communities that we are struggling. effectively against the ASB.”

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Business case approved for next two Towns Fund projects for Crewe https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/business-case-approved-for-next-two-towns-fund-projects-for-crewe/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 09:28:25 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/business-case-approved-for-next-two-towns-fund-projects-for-crewe/ August 30, 2022 Business cases for two other major projects in Crewe have been approved by the government – a milestone the council said ‘shows confidence in our vision for Crewe’. Crewe City Council is overseeing work to receive up to £22.9m in funding from the government’s Towns Fund and is planning a package of […]]]>

August 30, 2022

Business cases for two other major projects in Crewe have been approved by the government – a milestone the council said ‘shows confidence in our vision for Crewe’.

Crewe City Council is overseeing work to receive up to £22.9m in funding from the government’s Towns Fund and is planning a package of 10 projects that will support Crewe’s ongoing regeneration.

After approving the business cases for the Flag Lane Baths Community Hub and Crewe Youth Zone projects in June, the government has also approved the ‘pocket parks’ and ‘historic center public realm’ projects.

Doug Kinsman, Chairman of Crewe City CouncilDoug Kinsman, Chairman of the Crewe Town Board, said: “For us to now have a total of four projects at this stage is hugely exciting and shows confidence in our vision for Crewe.

“It is of course also a huge step towards seeing these projects become a reality and local communities being able to reap the benefits.”

The Pockets Park project is being carried out in partnership by Cheshire East Council, ANSA Environmental Services – the council’s wholly-owned environmental services company – and Crewe City Council.

It aims to see eight pocket parks in Crewe – Queen Street, Derby Docks, McLaren Street, School Crescent, Samuel Street, Lime Tree Avenue, Valley Park and Westminster Street – become more attractive and better equipped spaces for people to spend time, play and enjoy physical activity.

Local communities will be invited to share their views as plans for each of the pocket parks develop, with engagement due to begin next month for the first four parks.

As part of the overall project, local charity The Wishing Well, which provides a variety of services to improve the health and well-being of the local population, is offering to provide a multi-use play area (MUGA) near from Jubilee Gardens to Hightown.

Charles Maines, CEO of The Wishing Well, said: “Our plans for Jubilee Gardens are to provide a safe space for people of all ages to enjoy sports, games and physical activities which in turn improve health and well-being, increase community cohesion and address issues such as social isolation, anti-social behavior and crime.

The History Center public domain project is part of a larger shared archives project for Cheshire between Cheshire East Council and Cheshire West and Chester Council.

The archive project – called ‘Cheshire Archives: A Shared History’ – is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and aims to relocate the collections to two new bespoke history centres.

The centres, one of which is planned on the site of the former Crewe Library, will provide access to the archives for everyone – for information, learning and fun.

The Towns Fund project, led by Cheshire East Council, will create new public space around the historic center of Crewe, with high quality paving and planting areas, activity space, new seating and bike racks and public art.

There are also plans to carry out a joint project between Cheshire College – South and West and the world’s leading ice cream van manufacturers Whitby Morrison.

It would see the renovation of an ice cream van, which would then be run by students as a stand-alone business.

The ice cream van would be used throughout the city, while having a regular place in public space around the story center.

Helen Nellist, Deputy Principal of Cheshire College – South & West, said: “The partnership between us and Whitby Morrison provides a fantastic opportunity to extend the work experience and training opportunities available to students at Cheshire College and across the country. within the wider community.

“We look forward to the new opportunities this will create for students interested in business innovation and entrepreneurship.”

The Towns Fund plans come on top of a separate project funded by the government’s Future High Streets Fund and executed by Cheshire East Council, which includes clearing the former Crewe Library site to make way for the center of history, and the creation of other public spaces, a new car park and new entrances to the Tribunal d’Instance.

The business cases for the remaining six Towns Fund projects will all be submitted to the government by the end of the summer for its agreement and approval.

Only once a final funding offer has been made by the government – ​​and once other grant processes, approvals and conditions have been met, including planning permission in some cases – that the physical work on the projects can begin.

To find out more, visit the Crewe City Council website.

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Banbury United threatens to ban fans after crowd trouble https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/banbury-united-threatens-to-ban-fans-after-crowd-trouble/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 14:10:36 +0000 https://www.sociologyesoscience.com/banbury-united-threatens-to-ban-fans-after-crowd-trouble/ A FOOTBALL club board has said it will ban fans involved in anti-social behavior following unruly scenes at a match yesterday (Saturday August 27). Banbury United won 3-1 at home to Hereford, to continue their unbeaten start to the season in the Vanarama National League North. However, the match was marred by incidents which saw […]]]>

A FOOTBALL club board has said it will ban fans involved in anti-social behavior following unruly scenes at a match yesterday (Saturday August 27).

Banbury United won 3-1 at home to Hereford, to continue their unbeaten start to the season in the Vanarama National League North.

However, the match was marred by incidents which saw one person injured and another arrested.

Puritan’s board issued a statement condemning fans after bottles and a traffic cone were allegedly thrown.

REREAD: Cops make arrest at football game after ‘mess’

The statement read: ‘We worked closely with Thames Valley Police ahead of yesterday’s game against Hereford and had a full team of stewards on duty. In consultation with the force, the match was separated.

“We will of course review and update our procedures for such games in light of yesterday’s incidents.

“We have had a fantastic start to the season on the pitch with great support. However, the behavior of a very small minority of supporters yesterday was unacceptable.

“During the game, two smoke bombs went off in the Town End occupied by Banbury supporters. As our messages point out, this is criminal behaviour. The club will suffer the consequences.

“We will not hesitate to issue restraining orders for supporters involved in anti-social behaviour. As members of Cherwell Pubwatch Banbury, any ban will include other member premises in the town.

“We will review the day with the police to see what further steps we need to take.

“We are a community club, we want to be able to welcome everyone on our ground. We know the fans are passionate, but there’s a clear line between acceptable behavior and the incidents above that weren’t.

“We’re sure the fans will support the team in a positive way tomorrow at Leamington and we want the day to be about what’s happening on the pitch, not off it.”

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Thames Valley Police issued a statement yesterday that the force were dealing with the mess ‘before, during and after’ the game against Hereford.

The statement read: “It was reported that items including bottles and a traffic cone were thrown. One person was injured.

“In order to avoid further disorder, the force has decided to keep some Banbury supporters on the ground for approximately 10 minutes after the game to allow Hereford supporters to leave the area.

“One person was arrested for breaching public order.”

Police are asking anyone with relevant footage to contact the force via their website or call 101, quoting the reference number 943 (27/8).

Andy Whing’s Banbury side have won four out of five games so far this season in the National League North, following historic promotion last campaign.

The club is playing at the highest level in its history this season.

This story was written by Liam Rice, he joined the team in 2019 as a multimedia reporter.

Liam covers politics, travel and transport. He occasionally covers Oxford United.

Contact him by email: Liam.rice@newsquest.co.uk

Follow him on Twitter @OxMailLiamRice

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