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► Ashgrove, 5 Jun: 'Beech' police called

Updated: Sep 18, 2020

(18087) Operation Beech police called to student house in Ashgrove Road at about 11pm on Wed, 5 June 2019.

In an email to me, the resident reported "excessive noise", but did not give details. He also said the students had been clambering on scaffolding, which he called "dangerous".

He added: "I am really cross about the noise tonight as I have to be up really early tomorrow."

He asked me for the contact number for Operation Beech, which I passed to him. A police car attended a few minutes later.

Operation Beech is eight nights of extra police patrols, targeted specially at student noise in the post-exams period and paid for by the University of Bristol. See here for details.


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