Work of the Weavers Community Action Group

The Weavers Community Action Group (WCAG) is made up of local residents, representatives of residents’ groups and business owners living and working in the Weavers Ward who are concerned with the escalating problem of drug dealing, use and drug-related anti-social behaviour on our streets and in or near our homes.

As this is an important issue for local residents, the CTRA has taken an active role within the WCAG since it’s creation in April 2018.

Anyone wishing to join the Weavers Community Action Group or simply attend a meeting should email to receive information. A leaflet about the Group can be downloaded here.

On this page we will post news on activities of the WCAG.

23 November 2018 – Members of the WCAG met with Mayor John Biggs to discuss drug-related ASB in Weavers Ward.  As well as members of the WCAG, the following people were in attendance:  Mayor John Biggs, Ann Corbett – Divisional Director of Community Safety, Cllr John Pierce, DCI Mike Hamer and Sergeant Rob Rai – Weavers Safer Neighbourhood Team.

20 December 2018 – Following a meeting of members of the WCAG with Mayor John Biggs to discuss the ongoing issue of drug-related ASB the WCAG received a letter in response from Mayor John Biggs.