Filling the gaps left by stolen flagstones in Keighley

Filling the gaps left by stolen flagstones in Keighley

Filling the gaps left by stolen flagstones in Keighley

First published in News

Action will be taken to stop stone flags being stolen from a Keighley street.

A number of flags have been taken from Nashville Terrace, which is off Fell Lane, in recent months.

Police plan to show residents how to security-mark their flags in order to stop more being stolen.

The visit will be during a committee clean-up planned this month by Bradford Council for the Nashville area.

A council officer will talk with householders about options for filling the holes left by the missing flags.

Ward councillor Jan Smithies said: “This is an unadopted road and is the responsibility of residents, not the council.

“We will try to help residents collectively find a cost-effective way of dealing with the gaps in the flagging if they are willing to pool funds, though I realise in these cash-strapped times it may not be everyone’s priority.”

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