Alastair Majury on Drivers Dismay Dunblane Park Users
A popular local park in Dunblane is being terrorised by youths driving their cars into the park, that has a play area suitable for children from nursery age, as well as football pitches and other areas for other children as well as being popular with dog walkers.
The football pitch has been damaged as evidenced by the recent ruts and tracks visible when there was still snow lying on it. Grandparents have also had to suddenly pull their young grandchildren off the path running parallel to the river, as cars enter the park driven by youths who thoughtless drive into the park endangering lives and causing damage to this popular scenic park.
Local police are aware of previous similar incidents and will make efforts to monitor the area as and when we can and educate drivers if any parties are traced in the area. Stirling Council is also taking action and a pole will be installed to prevent unauthorised vehicles driving into the park.
Local Conservative Alastair Majury said:
“People of all ages have a right to safely use and enjoy public parks, I am pleased that both the police and council are taking the matter seriously and are acting quickly to resolve the matter.”
Alastair Majury resides locally in the historic Scottish city of Dunblane, and is a Senior Regulatory Business Analyst working across the country. Alastair is also a volunteer officer at the local Boys’ Brigade company, a charity which focuses on enriching the lives of children and young people, and building a stronger community. Alastair Majury also serves on the local council (Stirling Council) as Councillor Alastair Majury where he represents the ward of Dunblane and Bridge of Allan, topping the poll.