A man from Winsford has been served with an injunction following a break in at a much- loved community facility.
Weaver Vale Housing Trust applied for the injunction against Andrew Terry Snape, aged 36, of Beckenham Grove, Winsford, following his conviction for trespassing and attempting to steal items from the GGO Community Bungalow at Finsbury Walk on the Greenfields Estate.
The injunction was granted by Crewe County Court on 25 February.
Under the injunction order, which remains in place for three years, Mr Snape is banned from entering the area near to the Community Bungalow, and is prohibited from causing a nuisance, annoyance, alarm or distress to any person in the locality of the Greenfields estate.
Kevin Hanson, Tenancy Enforcement Team Leader at Weaver Vale Housing Trust said:
“This type of anti-social behaviour is unacceptable. The GGO Community Bungalow is a much loved and well used facility run by local volunteers, who work incredibly hard to put on events for the whole community to enjoy. As a result of the damage caused by Mr Snape, the Bungalow required a major clean-up operation which led to the cancellation of events.
“We work closely with our partners, such as the police, to make our communities safe and we would like to thank them for their assistance in helping us achieve this outcome.
“The Trust strives to create great neighbourhoods where people want to live and for this reason we are always determined to take firm action against anti-social behaviour. We hope that this injunction will result in a more peaceful community on the Greenfields estate.”