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Lincolnshire Police remind people to act responsibly following easing of Covid-19 restrictions

Police are reminding people not to be complacent following the further easing of covid restrictions on Monday (May 17).

The lifting of lockdown rules allows more opportunity to socialise, with pubs and hotels among those opening their doors once again and the meeting of up to six people or two households indoors is allowed.

Despite the easing of restrictions, police are still keeping a watchful eye on Stamford Meadows following a spate of anti-social behaviour last month.


Alcohol has recently been taken off some drinkers and others have been moved on under the Public Space Protection Order, which has been placed on Stamford.

Sgt Emma-Jane Crisp said: "It's not been bad but we can't be complacent.

"There have been people down by The Meadows who have been dealt with appropriately."

Under the new rules, gatherings of up to 30 people outside are allowed.

However, Sgt Crisp encourages people to report any anti-social behaviour or breaches of regulations.

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