Arrests in graffiti artist hunt
Graffiti had been daubed on walls and buildings, including on the side of a shop and across a railway bridge in Radford Street, as well as several other spots in the town over the past few months. Residents have formed their own voluntary clean-up team, and spent several hours scrubbing off the spray paint yesterday.
They were initially barred from cleaning up the bridge by owners Network Rail, but the firm later apologised and encouraged the group to continue its work.
Organiser Kieran McKnight, right, who is a youth worker at Christ Church, praised the 20 volunteers who turned up yesterday.
The 23-year-old said:
"There has been a really great response from the community and there's... read more
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