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Neath North is the busiest area in the Neath sector and it covers the town centre and Gnoll County Park. The area ranges from The Ropewalk down to Llantwit Road and from The Canal up to Gnoll Country Park. The town centre attracts many visitors all year round and has a number of shops, restaurants and public houses. The town centre also holds a number of events through the year namely the September Fair and Food Festival. The Gnoll Country Park attracts a lot of visitors from outside the Neath area especially in the summer months. There are approximately 4,000 persons living in Neath north area which is made up of a very diverse community. Neath has a rugby club, leisure centre and cricket club all located in the Gnoll are of the sector. It has two primary schools namely Alderman Davies and Ysgol Gynradd Cymraeg Castell Nedd.
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Address: Neath Police Station
Gnoll Park Road
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Orchard Street Community Centre @ 6.30pm
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To view information on the priorities click the link. The current priorities are:
Priority 1Youth Annoyance general non alcohol related
Location: square in neath town centre
Priority 2Dog Fouling
Location: neath town centre and canal
Priority 3Under age drinking or youth annoyance alcohol related
Location: memorial gardens
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- Night Net and Business Crime reduction partnership.
- In Neath town centre there is an ongoing project to combat shoplifting and violent crime such as assaults and public order. Persons that commit crime in the town centre whether it be in a licensed premises or a store will then be excluded from the premises that are part of the scheme. There are currently over 30 premises that are part of this which then allows them to share information with regards to these persons. All the premises are linked up to the CCTV cameras so that persons can be monitored if they are sighted in the town centre. Meetings are held on a monthly basis and in these meetings it is decided how long to exclude the persons for. The meetings also allow for the stores, CCTV operators and Police to share vital information. Photos are then distributed to the stores after the meeting so that they are aware of who the offenders are. This has proved highly successful with more than 100 persons currently excluded from both Neath and Port Talbot town centres.
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