Wild Park travellers banned from Brighton and Hove for three months

Posted On 01 Aug 2014 at 3:11 pm
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Police used special powers to move travellers on from Wild Park yesterday.

People camped there were told they had to either go to the Brighton and Hove City Council transit site at Horsdean or leave the city for three months.

The last time police moved travellers on from the park in Moulsecoomb was on June 11, following complaints of antisocial behaviour.

A police spokeswoman said: “Five caravans were at Wild Park in Brighton and were yesterday (July 31) given a section 62 notice which directed them to use the transit site or leave the city for 3 months.

“They decided to leave the city.”

  1. David Reply

    This has not been through Double Standards Department !

  2. David Reply

    This has not been through Double Standards Department !

  3. Spartacus Reply

    And of course, these wonderful, law-abiding, tax-paying individuals will do exactly what the Police tell them to do…

  4. Spartacus Reply

    And of course, these wonderful, law-abiding, tax-paying individuals will do exactly what the Police tell them to do…

  5. David Reply

    Lots of trite on the TV regarding non fine paying foreign cars well just clam them then they will have to pay up.

  6. David Reply

    Lots of trite on the TV regarding non fine paying foreign cars well just clam them then they will have to pay up.

  7. David Reply

    where is the edit button ? Clam = clamp above

  8. David Reply

    where is the edit button ? Clam = clamp above

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