Posted: Mon 22nd May 2023

Dispersal order issued on Gwynedd beach following anti-social driving concerns

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Monday, May 22nd, 2023

A dispersal order was issued for a beach in Gwynedd following concerns about anti-social driving.

The order which helps police break up groups causing problems was issued for Morfa Bychan/Black Rock Sands, near Porthmadog, over the weekend.

It came after local officers received information about a possible car meet on the beach.

In a post on Facebook, members of the Gwynedd South policing team said: “Many drivers were issued a traffic offence report and Section 59s for numerous traffic offences. One vehicle was seized for anti-social driving.

“We continue to work with partner agencies to act on anti-social driving in the area.”



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