Hi gerard - I would suggest that if you feel strongly about this (and I can understand why), that you contact the Wirral Anti-social Behaviour Team. Sometimes all it may take is fo rthem to have a word with parents in the area, tp make them aware that some other residents find their children's behaviour anti-social.
In any case, harassment should not be judged on whether or not the perpetrator feels they are guilty of it or not. If you are genuinely distressed/intimidated by a behaviour then that is technically harassment.
Do you know of any other neighbours who share your sentiments? It may help if there is more than one of you raising the issue. Otherwise people can tend to think you're just making a fuss. Nevertheless, if it is affecting you, I think you should seek advice/guidance from WASBT.
Edited by Snooze (5th Jun 2009 5:49pm)