Lighter nights and warmer weather usually trigger an increase
in off road vehicle nuisance and anti-social behaviour.
The SpringWatch campaign aims to stamp out the activities of the
selfish minority who spoil things things for law abiding members of
St.Helens Council, Merseyside Police and partner agencies
are warning quad and motorbike riders to stay away from parks and
public open spaces.
Bike owners run the risk of their machines being confiscated and
crushed if they are caught and posters will reinforce the message
in the borough's parks.
Riding any motorbike, quad bike or mini-moto off-road on public
land, parks, pavements, waste ground or footpath in St.Helens is
illegal - and will not be tolerated
Help us keep our parks and open spaces safe!
Report anti-social behaviour and off-road vehicle nuisance to
Merseyside Police on 101 or St.Helens Council Safer Communities
Anti-Social Behaviour Unit on 01744 673114.