Corby safety team is taking to the streets

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Corby Community Safety Team is taking to the streets, ready for action to tackle issues around the borough.

Members will be outside Corby Cube and the swimming pool on Tuesday (April 15), from 11am until 1pm, and people can take their bicycle along to have it security tagged. There will also be questionnaires to fill out enabling residents to highlight problems that need to be identified by the team.

On Wednesday (April 16), the team will move on to Weldon and Priors Hall where they will raise awareness of concerns over dog fouling and speeding, issues which have been highlighted by residents.

During the week, the safety partnership will also visit Beanfield Avenue, Stephenson Way, Little Stanion and Stanion to give residents an update on issues they raised in January.

Leader of Corby Council, Cllr Tom Beattie, said: “Through public consultations and community meetings we are able to highlight the top priorities of residents within local areas and we want to do all we can to tackle the issues. These events are always a great success and while the teams make their way around the borough residents are bound to pick up some useful advice and information.”