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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Damage caused AGAIN to Cornfield Project

The Cornfield Project, situated on an area of land between the estates of Ballysally and Millburn, has been hit by yet more vandalism.

A spokesperson for the project said,

“Vandals have again damaged the Polytunnel at The Cornfield Site overnight
Parents can you advise your children that if they are caught carrying out this criminal damage that they will be dealt with by the PSNI
These children are just damaging their own community and it must stop now
The Cornfield Project staff and Mens Shed are trying to help develop facilities for our community young to old and young people who think they can just wreck it is not on”

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