Patrols increased at Buxton golf club after youths cause damage

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Police in Fairfield will be stepping up patrols to deter anti-social behaviour at Buxton and High Peak Golf Club after damage caused by youths.

In recent weeks, officers have received reports of youths causing damage and acting anti-socially on the grounds of the golf club at Town End, Fairfield. This has included some of the bunkers being dug up and equipment on the site, including rakes, being broken.

The Fairfield Safer Neighbourhood Team will be increasing patrols in the area of the golf club to help deter the issue and will be speaking to anyone who is seen to be acting anti-socially.

The team will also be chatting to dog walkers to remind them about not walking their pets at the golf club, which is private land and has resulted in some of the grounds becoming damaged.

To speak to the Fairfield Safer Neighbourhood Team call 101, or send them a message using the ‘Contact Us’ section of the police website: www.derbyshire.police.uk/Contact-Us

You can also follow the Fairfield Safer Neighbourhood Team on Twitter for the latest community news: @FairfieldSNT