A COMMUNITY group said it is “working with residents and partners” to find fix the issues surrounding antisocial behaviour in Chalvey.

Chalvey Community Partnership responded to the recent complaints from a man who lives on Chalvey Road West who said he was “fed up” with the mess left on the street.

Resident Cabdullaahi Axmed expressed his frustrations to The Observer yesterday (June 15) by stating both he and other locals said the situation has become “unbearable”.

He explained groups are gathering on the corner of Alexandra Road being loud and dropping litter over the floor.

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Chalvey Community Partnership, a group of community representatives who are dedicating their free time to improve the area, explained it is trying to find a solution to the problem.

A spokesperson for Chalvey Community Partnership said: "We are aware of the issues concerning gatherings in the area and are working with residents and partners including the police and Slough Borough Council to try and find a solution.

“We are in the process of setting up a Street Guardians project as part of the Safer Streets project, and we would encourage anyone who can spare a few hours a month and would like to know more about how they get involved please contact us.

“In the meantime we would reiterate the importance of ensuring residents report these issues using official channels and include as much detail as possible."