Councillors tackle noise and speeding issues with students in Cirencester

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CIRENCESTER town councillors spoke with students at the Royal Agricultural College about noise levels, speeding and other topics as part of a new Urban Fox project.

The scheme, which has been organised by the college in partnership with Gloucestershire Police and Cotswold District Council, encourages students to be socially aware and safe.

Information on living and studying in the town is offered on a new Urban Fox website, which includes advice for students on how to ‘keep your nose clean’ and avoid drugs and other criminal behaviour.

Councillors Roly Hughes and Deryck Nash attended one of the regular surgeries at the college, which provides an opportunity for councillors, police officers and other representatives of the community to answer questions and address complaints by local residents and students.

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