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On Tuesday 24th April Humberside Police, Council and other partners come together with the community to help improve area
In partnership with Hull City Council, Humberside Fire Service, Connect Well and Neighbourhood Network came together for a joint partnership Community Action Day on Stanley Street in Hull.
This followed a recent survey in the area that showed what are the real issues in the area for the local residents.
PC Karen Walker of Pickering Road Police Station says, “Since receiving the survey results we have been working with Hull City Council to address the issues highlighted. This has led to the day of Action today when the residents of Stanley Street will be working with us to help make a real difference to their community.
“On the day we will be removing fly tipping waste, litter picking, offering fire safety and ‘Connect Well’ advice for the elderly and vulnerable.
“The day will provide an opportunity for the residents to see what the partnership group has been doing since the results of the survey were made available.
“The day of action is only part of what is happening in the Stanley Street area, we will be monitored and addressing drug and street drinking as well as anti-social behaviour, including problem cycles and traffic issues.
“The Community Action Day will highlight people’s real day to day concerns and how, through joint working, all the appropriate authorities can address these issues.
“We hope to make people a lot happier about the community they live in, and promote the wellbeing of vulnerable people in the area.
“We are encouraging residents to take pride in their own community and to be involved in solving any future issues.”