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Increased security measures for Gloucester’s last Premiership game this Saturday

There will be a full road closure in place tomorrow afternoon as security measures are stepped up for the Gloucester Rugby game. Kingsholm Road will be completely closed from 3pm, and kick off is at 4pm. The Cherry and Whites1 will be playing the Exeter Chiefs in the last match of the season.

With less than 100 tickets remaining in the Shed, it’s expected to be a busy game.

And there will be increased security measures in place. Police to Twitter to remind people that Kingsholm Road will be shut from 3pm. Those using the Park and Ride service are advised that this service will drop supporters in Worcester Street by the bridge, to allow the bus to return up Black Dog Way and return to the Park and Rude point.

Read: As it happened: Conservatives take comprehensive win on dark night for Labour2

References

  1. ^ The Cherry and Whites (www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk)
  2. ^ As it happened: Conservatives take comprehensive win on dark night for Labour (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)

Increased security measures for Gloucester’s last Premiership game …

There will be a full road closure in place tomorrow afternoon as security measures are stepped up for the Gloucester Rugby game. Kingsholm Road will be completely closed from 3pm, and kick off is at 4pm. The Cherry and Whites1 will be playing the Exeter Chiefs in the last match of the season.

With less than 100 tickets remaining in the Shed, it’s expected to be a busy game.

And there will be increased security measures in place. Police to Twitter to remind people that Kingsholm Road will be shut from 3pm. Those using the Park and Ride service are advised that this service will drop supporters in Worcester Street by the bridge, to allow the bus to return up Black Dog Way and return to the Park and Rude point.

Read: As it happened: Conservatives take comprehensive win on dark night for Labour2

References

  1. ^ The Cherry and Whites (www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk)
  2. ^ As it happened: Conservatives take comprehensive win on dark night for Labour (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)

Should Harlow town centre have a private security firm like Frinton?

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A private security firm would be a “negative” influence on Harlow, according to town experts. A pub manager was one of several to say he did not want to see Harlow follow the lead of Frinton, where hundreds of residents pay a firm to patrol their streets after their nearest police station closed. AGS Security is funded by 300 people paying 2 a week to drive around the town each night between 7pm and 7am as a deterrent to unruly behaviour. They have no powers and residents still phone 999 in an emergency . The patrol is specifically designed to make residents feel safer at night.

READ MORE: When are the May bank holidays and how hot will they be?2
Gary Bellamy, manager of The Greyhound pub, Broadley Road, Harlow, said: “We never get a lot of trouble but if there is any I would rather call the police directly.

“If anyone did cause trouble they would be barred for good . If everybody barred people who cause trouble they would have nowhere to go. “That’s what needs to be done.”

He added: “If we do that have a private firm we take power from the Government into private hands . They are already being lined up to go private. “I am not keen to see it at all.”

Harlow Street Pastors already provide a calming influence in the town centre and around Harlow’s hatches after dark. READ MORE: ‘Changing’ Harlow mall will thrive, predicts Harvey Centre boss3
Owen Jenkins, former coordinator of the group and who still volunteers, said: “I would not favour something similar coming to Harlow.

“My personal view is that when there is an inclination of keeping order they tend to get heavy handed. “We avoid trouble and try and prevent trouble from happening . We are not seen as a threat and we do not get any abuse from people.

“If they security see a fight they will try and break it up or become involved . We will contact the police immediately.” Frinton adopted the system in 2015 . In May last year the BBC reported Frinton residents had raised concerns about patrols door knocking late at night . AGS apologised. Harlow councillor Maggie Hulcoop said: “The PCSOs do a wonderful job, they give a strong presence.

“I would not want a private security firm in Harlow, they would not do the job . There powers are limited . Would young people respect them or ignore them?

“It leaves a lot to be desired .

It would not make me feel very secure .

I think that money should be going to the police.”

References

  1. ^ Comments (0) (www.essexlive.news)
  2. ^ When are the May bank holidays and how hot will they be? (www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk)
  3. ^ ‘Changing’ Harlow mall will thrive, predicts Harvey Centre boss (www.essexlive.news)