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Monday, July 13, 2020

PSNI & Councillors meet to discuss ‘forthcoming Cruise weekend’

A number of Councillors from the Causeway DEA have met today with the PSNI, to discuss how best to approach the forthcoming Cruise weekend.

This event in which many cars descend on the Coastal towns of Portstewart and Portrush, is a popular attraction for many drivers.

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Speaking following the meeting sending a joint statement to media and posting online , Cllr John McAuley said:

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“Councillors are keen to work closely with the PSNI, and the local community on this matter and would clearly state that whilst everyone is welcome to the towns and the Causeway Coast area, if they would also be mindful of local people, including residents other visitors alike, this would help to make the event a great deal more enjoyable for everyone.

“The PSNI welcomed the opportunity to meet and discuss concerns that had been raised by members of the community within Causeway Coast and Glens.”

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