West Norfolk villager 'having nervous breakdown' over groups gathering at river
Concerns have been raised over ongoing anti-social behaviour issues at a village mooring where groups of youths have been gathering during warm weather.
The Environment Agency own the mooring off Station Road in Watlington where residents have complained of litter, nudity, shouting and vandalism.
Officers received three phone calls between 1.50pm and 4.15pm on Thursday to reports of groups of people gathering at Watlington and Magdalen as temperatures reached up to 30 degrees Celsius.
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