Parish council launch appeal to find those responsible for outbreak of vandalism in Guyhirn

PUBLISHED: 23:15 03 April 2016

Vandalism Guyhirn

Vandalism Guyhirn


A parish council has expressed concern over vandalism in a Fenland village.

Vandalism GuyhirnVandalism Guyhirn

Wisbech St Mary Parish Council says they are concerned at the recent outbreak of vandalism in Guyhirn.

Parish council clerk Geoff Wilkinson said: “In October last year one of the council notice boards was badly damaged requiring urgent action to remove the damaged doors and broken glass, it cost £280 to repair.

“There have been other incidents including a damaged bus shelter and recently graffiti sprayed onto the village hall.”

He added: “The police have been made aware. The parish council would appreciate any information that may lead to those responsible.”

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