Community payback for Hertfordshire neighbourhoods

IS there a part of your neighbourhood that needs a tidy up?

IS there a part of your neighbourhood that needs a tidy up?

Hertfordshire Constabulary is asking residents to get in touch with any litter or graffiti issues, to see if they can be cleaned up under the Community Payback scheme.

The payback scheme sees convicted offenders carry out up to 300 hours of unpaid work for the benefit of the community, under the supervision of Hertfordshire Probation Trust.

There are currently six offenders doing litter picks across WGC, at Black Fan Lagoon, Money Hole Lane playing fields, King George V playing fields, Stanborough Lakes and Digswell Park.


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