Crime and pet advice for Matson residents
ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour and dog fouling were the two hot topics in Matson this week.
Gloucester City Homes led an anti-social behaviour roadshow outside the Matson shops, in Matson Avenue, on Tuesday.
Staff and police officers were on hand to offer advice on responsible dog ownership, and information on crime prevention.
PC Emma Macdonald was at the event.
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She said: "The event was really well attended and really well received. We have been doing them in different locations across the city all week.
"There were no particular issues highlighted as such, it was just good to speak to people about anti-social behaviour and pet ownership. We have held these events before, but this is the first anti-social behaviour specific one."
The PDSA mobile PetCheck unit was also on hand at the event.
A veterinary nurse provided free PetChecks for dogs and offered advice on the care of other popular pets.
The event was supported by Community Safety, Neighbourhood Management, Project Solace and Gloucester City Homes.
The workshops drew to a close yesterday with the final event being held at the Peel Centre in Gloucester.