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Dispersal Order goes live across Tilgate AND includes K2 Crawley

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Crawley police have joined forces with partner agencies to tackle a recent spate of anti-social behaviour.

Chief Inspector Shane Baker said:

“We are aware of anti-social behaviour being carried out by a small minority of people across the borough.

“This has included reports of groups gathering, drinking in the streets and drug issues. This behaviour is totally unacceptable and we will be working closely with partners to ensure the relevant actions are taken.”

A section 34 dispersal order has been issued from midday on Friday (5 June) which will cover:

  • Tilgate Park area, inclusive of the surrounding woodlands and various placements along Tilgate Drive towards the A23 and K2 Leisure Centre.
  • Tilgate Golf Course in its entirety.
  • Gainsborough Road Playing Fields (aka Tilgate Playing Fields)
  • Tilgate Parade.
  • All streets bordered by Ashdown Drive, Titmus Drive, Winchester Road and Gainsborough Road.

The dispersal order is in place for an initial 48 hours and enables officers and PCSOs to direct a person who has committed, or is likely to commit, anti-social behaviour, crime or disorder to leave a specified area and not return for the specified time period.

CI Baker added:

“ASB can have a significant impact on communities and we are committed to use the relevant policing powers to target this behaviour.

“You will see an increased policing presence in this location and our officers will be engaging with members of the public around the dispersal order and the current government guidance around the coronavirus. Officers will engage, explain and encourage and only if absolutely necessary, enforce”.

“We want to reassure the public that solving these issues remains a priority for us and we will continue to monitor reports regarding this behaviour”.

“We would like to thank those members of the public who have reported matters of ASB to us and would urge anyone who is a witness or victim of ASB to report it to us either online or call 101.”

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Our Easy & Delicious £0.09p Blueberry Muffins

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We all love a muffin, but they can end up being quite expensive particularly if you want ones with real fruit inside. Now we show you how you can make absolutely delicious blueberry muffins that will melt with every bite and only costs £0.09p per muffin!

So don’t waste your money on pre-packed, pre-made muffins full of who-knows-what.

PLUS – if you have kids, they will love being able to make these simple yet OH-SO-NICE muffins.

And if you don’t like blueberries then try a different fruit like cherries or blackberries – or be wild and mix them up!

NOTE:
All the ingredients were purchased from Aldi, including the cupcake cases which you can also get at Asda (100 cases for £1). When the required amounts in the recipe are used, each muffins works out at only £0.09 each.

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Our Easy & Delicious £0.09p Blueberry Muffins
All you will need for this EASY recipe is a bowl to mix all the ingredients, a muffin tray and some cupcake cases.
Cuisine Muffins
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 20 Minutes
Passive Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Muffins
Ingredients
Cuisine Muffins
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 20 Minutes
Passive Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Muffins
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Put all the ingredients, except the blueberries, in a bowl, yes that's right, just put them all in together and mix them all up, making sure they are all well combined.
  2. Once mixed add the blueberries but when mixing be gently, they may be frozen but they will defrost very quickly and you do not want to crush them.
  3. Take a muffin baking tray and line each one with a cupcake case.
  4. Use a large spoon or spatula and place a spoonful of the mixture into a case making sure you split it all evenly across all 12 cases.
  5. If you like a crunchy top add a sprinkling of sugar across the top of each one.
  6. Of course you can make larger muffins using less cases but if you do remember to add a couple of teaspoons of water to the empty cases to that all the muffins bake evenly.
  7. Put into a preheated oven at 180 degree C for 20-25 minutes
  8. Once they have risen and are brown on top take them out of the oven and let them cool down. BE CAREFUL THEY WILL BE VERY HOT!
Recipe Notes

The muffins will be scrummy for any time of the day, particularly breakfast.  You can also freeze them once they have cooled down and either let them defrost when you fancy one, or heat in the microwave (from frozen) for 30-40 seconds to give you a gooey taste sensation (AGAIN BE CAREFUL THEY WILL BE VERY HOT).

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