THERE is a public engagement session with the Dyfed-Powys Police & Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn in Neyland on Tuesday, February 11.

The event takes place at the Bethesda Church Hall from 10.15am until 11.30am.

This is open to anyone who wishes to attend so it is hoped that residents who are affected by the anti-social driving in the town will be present to put their case forward.

Neyland Town Council discussed the session at their recent meeting on Monday, February 3.

Some councillors felt this was not enough time and suggested that they could ask for a longer meeting.

The town clerk said that problems had ‘kicked off’ at the marina again but members felt that the issues were much wider than the marina.

Cllr Jonny Sutton said: “We are relying on the police to do their bit, there is only so much we can do as a Town Council.”

Mayor, Cllr Bill McGarvie said that following a previous incident, he had notice an increased police presence in the town.

A further public meeting with Sgt Terri Harrison and the Chief Inspector Louise Harris is to take place very soon for them to give an update on their multi-agency meetings regarding the situation at Brunel Quay and elsewhere in town where there are problems with anti-social behaviour and driving.

A date has yet to be confirmed for this.