Neyland Engagement Event for Car Enthusiasts
Police and partners are holding an event at Brunel Quay, as part of a wider plan to tackle anti-social driving concerns in Neyland. It is hoped the engagement will break down barriers between drivers, residents and police.
Sergeant Justin Williams of Pembrokeshire Roads Policing Unit, said, “The number of complaints about anti-social driving has risen recently and we are trying to look at the issue differently. We know not all car enthusiasts and car cruisers are ‘boy/girl racers’ and we don't want to stop such enthusiasts from enjoying their vehicles, as long as this is done safely and in a considerate way.
“This is aimed at being a friendly event where car enthusiasts can engage with the police and other agencies, with a view to gaining a better understanding of local community concerns. I hope that by having conversations about the effect of anti-social driving, it will help curb the problem."
Dyfed-Powys Police, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and C&A Vehicle Installations will be at the event at Brunel Quay, Neyland between 3pm and 9pm on Saturday, 14 December.