Crime rates in Gilberdyke
What is the crime rate and youth troubles/problems in the area?
Asked on Jul 17 2009,
Safety & Crime in Brough |
The village has very little problems surrounding youths or underage drinking and/or vandals. And assaults or serious crimes are very few. The village is considered as a low crime area.
The village has a great medical centre run by very efficient staff and manned by great doctors and nurses. We also run a youth club and sporting centre which helps keep the lid on excited, bored youths. The village hall runs regular events and we are blessed with a very well stocked supermarket. The shops in the centre of the village also provide news papers, sweets etc. and the chicken take away offers cooked food at night along with the local fish and chip shop which has provided a good service for many years. We managed to hold on to our Post Office and we have a well established butchers shop who has continued to give a great service to the local area with a mobile van service. We have regular visits from the optician and the library services. The village has four public houses. All provide food and drink to visitors and locals alike.
We have a number of regular visits from the "Community Police" and regulars but I suspect business is poor due to the efforts of parents and youth workers supporting the youth club and sports centre activities.
In conclusion: The village is well organised and well monitored for safety and security and provided all the necessary facilities which any well organised village should have. Anyone looking for relatively low priced property would find it hard to beat elsewhere.
Answered on Dec 13 2009,
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