REGARDING Rob Dillar's letter in the Chronicle of May 1, about youngsters playing football in the street.
I have experienced this problem for eight years.
They take no notice of the 'no ball games' signs, or complaints from the housing association.
Last year an elderly lady was hit, but not seriously hurt, when a ball struck her temple.
The owners of parked cars have spoken to these children, but to no avail. Only one family have stopped their children from playing football here, but the remainder are oblivious to what's going on.
Street football used to occur years ago when open spaces were few and far between, but now
there's no discipline or order to rectify this problem.
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