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Council set to employ private security firm to patrol West Norfolk village in bid to stop vandalism

A parish council in West Norfolk is considering employing a private security firm to patrol the village after several weeks of vandalism.

In the past couple of months in Clenchwarton, just some of the examples of damage have included windows and doors at the bowls club being smashed, wooden planters in the memorial gardens being broken and motorbikes wrecking the playing field.

Now, the parish council is considering bringing in extra help to patrol the village in the evenings in a bid to stop the vandalism – which is causing thousands of pounds’ worth of damage.

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