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ANGER AFTER A NEWLY REFURBISHED PLAY PARK WAS TARGETED BY MINDLESS VANDALS
The newly refurbished Pied Piper Park on Eastham Way has been targeted by mindless vandals over night. 

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Social housing provider City West  had recently delivered improvement works to the Little Hulton park costing around £12,000 improvements which included a new roundabout, extension of the soft surface play area around as well as painting and repairs to the existing equipment.

Overnight the play park was targeted by vandals who set a blue wheelie bin on fire, which has caused extensive damage to the flooring which will now cost an estimated and additional £500 to rectify.

City West are in the process of obtaining the footage from CCTV cameras that cover the area in an attempt to try and identify individuals involved.

This latest attack comes after Parr Fold Park was plagued by vandals carrying out similar attacks.

If you have any information regarding the culprits or you just wish to report any concerns relating to vandalism and Anti Social behaviour in your Neighbourhood please contact City West or GMP.

hello@citywest.org.uk or live chat with us www.citywest.org.uk

contact GMP on 101 or live chat with them on www.gmp.police.uk

contact crime stoppers on 0800 555 111 or https://crimestoppers-uk.org/


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