Bid to cut anti-social behaviour in Huntingdon

People living in north Huntingdon are being asked to help tackle anti-social behaviour by signing a Community Pride Charter.

The charter is being launched by Cambridgeshire County Council at a street party at the Maple Centre, Huntingdon, on Saturday.

The council is working with Huntingdon's Oxmoor Community Action Group to improve the area.

The charter was written by residents, the council and local groups.

George Robbins, a volunteer on the project, said: "Everyone is invited to a street party and to sign up to the Community Pride Charter.

"We want people to show they have real pride about where they live by signing up to this new charter and pledge to keep the area clean, tidy and peaceful."

Sir Peter Brown, cabinet member for communities, said: "Residents need to work with local pubic services if we are to tackle anti-social behaviour."

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