Schoolboys caught trashing derelict community hall
The Herald|January 26, 2022
TWO 14-year-old boys have been given ‘strong words of advice’ after residents heard banging and crashing inside a derelict community centre.

The community building next to St Simon Church in St Judes has been unused for a number of years but it is understood that volunteers have recently been attempting to tidy up the area.

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