Day of Action - Tavistock Street
A multi-agency ‘Day of Action’ will be focussing on Tavistock
Street on Thursday 16th February.
Organised by Bedford Borough Council and the Borough Community
Safety Partnership, the day runs from 12.30-2.30pm and 5-7pm and
aims to raise the profile of the Council’s ‘Why Would You?’
campaign by tackling anti-social behaviour such as littering, dog
fouling, graffiti and fly-tipping.
In addition to a targeted neighbourhood ‘clean up’, Council
officers will be joined by officers from the Police and Fire
services, bpha and other community safety partners to provide
advice and support to local residents on a range of community
services. This includes home security and fire safety advice, help
to deal with anti social behaviour as well as advice on household
recycling and energy saving tips.
Councillor Sarah-Jayne Holland, Portfolio Holder for Community
and Regulatory Services, said: “This Day of Action will enable us
to work with our partners and local residents to improve the
Tavistock Street area of Bedford in an effective and coordinated
“As well as carrying out work to improve the public areas in and
around Tavistock Street we will also be listening to local people
and finding out what we can do to help improve their lives and
You can report anti-social behaviour incidents at any time by
visiting www.bedford.gov.uk and click