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#244383 - 23rd Jul 2008 2:18pm cage installed over Wallasey bridge
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Residents want cage installed over Wallasey bridge to combat anti-social behaviour


A CAGE could be built around a Poulton bridge in an attempt to tackle crime and improve the trouble-spot area.

Anti-social behaviour and crime in the streets surrounding Sherlock Lane have been escalating at a distressing rate over the past five years.

Pensioners were said to be scared of leaving their homes, balls were reported to have been kicked at babies and people were taunted by children who ripped up rubber tiles from the park, lit them and launched them over garden walls.

But since October last year a new residents’ association called Tate Triangle was formed to take back control of the streets.

For months now the group has been holding meetings, working with councillors, housing trusts and Wirral Council’s anti-social behaviour team.

A mobile police station with 24-hour cctv was placed in the area and now the community is urging the tunnel police to place a cage over the bridge in Sherlock Lane.

Seacombe Labour ward councillor John Salter has been involved with Tate Triangle since it formed.

He said: “We had a lot of problems, but since Tate Triangle formed there have been three police raids and some troublemakers have been evicted.

“There have been arrests and a Samurai sword was confiscated from a car in the area.

“I have now requested two-metre fencing on all approach roads leading to the tunnels and a cage on the bridge to help cut crime even more.”

During the last six months there has been a 7.2pc reduction in crime in the Seacombe/Poulton areas compared with the previous period, July to December 2007.

Secretary of Tate Triangle, Jenny Catterall, said: “It was horrific last year. It really hit a point where we had to do something - and now we have.”


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#244446 - 23rd Jul 2008 7:31pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: ]
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Its amazing what differance people make when they have had enough. It only takes a couple to start the take back of our communitys from all that spoils it.


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#244608 - 24th Jul 2008 11:16am Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: SolventFree]
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Oh another thing that I-we-our community group belive is that the only ANTI social behaviour happening on our streets and in our sociaty is staying behind closed doors, the rest is just blatant crime.

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#244799 - 25th Jul 2008 4:14am Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: SolventFree]
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should install the cages over the bridge and one under it too and keep all the thieving scum in them so we can mock them...
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#244815 - 25th Jul 2008 2:44pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: jonah]
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Originally Posted By: jonah
should install the cages over the bridge and one under it too and keep all the thieving scum in them so we can mock them...


Good idea
Id pay good money for that even!
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#244817 - 25th Jul 2008 3:08pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: Beemertastic]
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I've said it before - but worth repeating. Instead of subjecting innocent animals, rodents etc. to scientific/medical experiments, why not use unwanted, parentless scum .... like the ones in the cage for starters ?? Merely a suggestion.

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#244835 - 25th Jul 2008 5:32pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Pinzgauer
I've said it before - but worth repeating. Instead of subjecting innocent animals, rodents etc. to scientific/medical experiments, why not use unwanted, parentless scum .... like the ones in the cage for starters ?? Merely a suggestion.


i totaly agree would be make a good debate

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#244859 - 25th Jul 2008 9:12pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Pinzgauer
I've said it before - but worth repeating. Instead of subjecting innocent animals, rodents etc. to scientific/medical experiments, why not use unwanted, parentless scum .... like the ones in the cage for starters ?? Merely a suggestion.
thumbsup clap PINZGAUER FOR PM..................
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#244925 - 26th Jul 2008 4:54am Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Pinzgauer
I've said it before - but worth repeating. Instead of subjecting innocent animals, rodents etc. to scientific/medical experiments, why not use unwanted, parentless scum .... like the ones in the cage for starters ?? Merely a suggestion.


ye am with ye on this too wink

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#244967 - 26th Jul 2008 2:00pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: ]
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We should adopt the system that the ancient Japanese sword makers used! They would use LIVE prisoners to test the sharpness of their swords on! Something we have plenty of and WE can finally export something TO Japan!!!
I can just see Auitastic nodding! yes
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#245053 - 27th Jul 2008 3:15pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: hoseman]
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aint it a pity it has to come to this? parents should grab the little feckers and sort them out
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#245144 - 28th Jul 2008 4:52pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: rentaclown100]
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Originally Posted By: rentaclown100
aint it a pity it has to come to this? parents should grab the little feckers and sort them out

Parents arent intrested mate..theres your problem!
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#248357 - 14th Aug 2008 7:03pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Pinzgauer
I've said it before - but worth repeating. Instead of subjecting innocent animals, rodents etc. to scientific/medical experiments, why not use unwanted, parentless scum .... like the ones in the cage for starters ?? Merely a suggestion.


Add the murderers, rapists, paedo's and those who assault pensioners and animals to that list.

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#248365 - 14th Aug 2008 8:02pm Re: cage installed over Wallasey bridge [Re: Wench]
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You'll have to join the queue !! I read and re-read and re-read.... the life story of Albert Pierrepoint. He was Britain's most well known hangman.

Ultra professional in every aspect of the job. (Never had any complaints from the customers at all ...sorry)

A great guy!

Yes PaganJay, agree 100% with your additions to the list !!

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