Update: Travellers on Coney Hall Recreation Ground

(Photo: Ward Security)
(Photo: Ward Security)

Travellers have turned up in Coney Hall Recreation Ground. They appeared last night and seem to have gained access via Layhams Road, where some wooden posts along the edge of the park had been mysteriously removed prior to their arrival. It now appears unlikely that these were the same travellers that had been evicted from the car park at West Wickham station.

A notice has been served for the travellers to leave by 8:30 pm tonight. Police and council security personnel will, as usual, be in attendance.

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The travellers on Monday afternoon

 

 

UPDATE 30/9/14 11:45am: All the travellers have been moved on. Council officers report that although there has been some minor ‘littering’, there is no fly-tipping to deal with and therefore the site will return to normal use very quickly.  The Ward Security team and colleagues are in the process of monitoring the travellers as they leave the Borough and are also at other local parks etc to deter any further incursions locally.

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One thought on “Update: Travellers on Coney Hall Recreation Ground”

  1. I informed police Sunday afternoon after witnessing them removing wooden post and ripping branches from trees so there is no mystery…Did not myself, ask them to stop firstly they were Men not Boys and there were five of them ( Even though I was itching to ). thought I would leave it to the Police- Oh now we have at least 15 Caravans
    Lets see if they leave
    Feel insecure leaving my Property now to do a days work !!!

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