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Police receive noise complaints

Posted Mon 2nd August 2010 at 12:40

Alderney Week revellers have been asked to act responsibly.

The island's acting sergeant, Colin Solway, said noise complaints had been received from residents who live near Corporation Quarry.

"We've had a few complaints about noise, singing, shouting and swearing. I'm asking people to refrain from making lots of noise on the way to the quarry. You can make as much noise at the quarry as you like - just consider those living on the route.

"I would like to ask that people take a little bit of responsibility and respect their neighbours."

Sgt Solway said Saturday's quarry party passed without any incident being reported to police.

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