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Police kept busy by anti-social youths breaching lockdown restrictions at derelict social club

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POLICE have been kept busy dealing with incidents of anti-social behaviour involving youths breaching lockdown restrictions at a derelict social club in Glazebrook, Warrington.

Following numerous reports over the past 3 days of ASB around the disused and derelict Glazebrook County Club social club on Bank street, police spoke to youths in the area.
Earlier today one was taken home to Cadishead where his mother was informed of his behaviour and advised on COVID breaches.
Police say they will now be contacting the owner of the building tomorrow with regards to securing the building.
The Glazebrook Country Club has had a chequered history. It was originally a wartime camp, occupied by both US and Canadian army and navy personnel.
In the sixties it was converted into a country club and restaurant and drew complaints from villagers when the then owners staged strip shows and gambling.
Later it became a members club offering facilities for squash, badminton, table tennis and a lounge bar for functions.
More recently there had been plans to build holiday homes on the site.

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  1. The wartime base at Glazebrook was never used by American or Canadian military personnel. It was a Royal Navy basic training camp called HMS Gisling. Please do not give credence to the very false claims that it was of any importance to other Allied forces.

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