Everybody needs good... Neighbourhood Wardens
Mansfield District Council have launched an improved Neighbourhood Wardens service intended to give the perfect blend of increased coverage across the Mansfield district.
The ten wards in the district with the highest number of incidents of crime and anti-social behaviour now each have their own dedicated warden working five days per week. This includes late evening and weekend coverage.
Residents living in these wards should contact their local Neighbourhood Warden directly to ask for help or to report problems.
The contact details for these wards are:
- Lindhurst 07814 486 375
- Pleasley Hill 07875 399 949
- Robin Hood 07976 405 320
- Portland 07814 541 637
- Oak Tree 07973 543 698
- Ladybrook 07970 538 328
- Sherwood 07837 587 637
- Eakring 07976 405 308
- Ravensdale 07970 538 279
- Birklands 07976 405 335
Outside these areas – there are six mobile wardens responsible for the whole of the district. They work seven days a week from 7am until midnight. The contact is 01623 460144 or e-mail: email@example.com
The wardens work with local people tacking litter, dog fouling, graffiti, youth nuisance, underage drinking, fly posting, fly tipping, abandoned cars, untaxed cars and anti-social behaviour.
They are not responsible for dealing with crime. To report criminal activity you should contact Nottinghamshire Police on 01623 420999 or in an emergency dial 999.
Councillor Danny McCrossan, Portfolio Holder for Public Protection at Mansfield District Council commented: "I am extremely proud of the service offered by our Neighbourhood Wardens."
"This reorganisation has resulted in increased coverage for all residents across the Mansfield district and especially in the wards identified as having increased levels of anti-social behaviour."
"Problems such as litter, graffiti and anti-social behaviour are a real worry to our residents and the Neighbourhood wardens are there to help deal with them. I would urge residents living in the ten areas to contact their local Neighbourhood warden directly for assistance with these problems."