Noisy neighbour’s seized goods help Friends of St Cross

The Christmas Bazaar runs from 11am to 4pm on Saturday
The Christmas Bazaar runs from 11am to 4pm on Saturday
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Electronic equipment seized from a house in Rugby has been donated to the Friends’ Diamond Jubilee Appeal.

The council removed the equipment from the home of a noisy neighbour, who ignored a noise abatement notice and repeatedly disturbed neighbours with loud music.

The haul of equipment included stereos, televisions, a video games console, DVD player, iPod docking station, CDs and DVDs.

The equipment went on sale at the Friends’ Christmas Bazaar yesterday (Saturday).

The council donated the items to the Friends as the Mayor of Rugby, Cllr Ramesh Srivastava, has chosen to support the Diamond Jubilee Appeal during his year in office.

Cllr Srivastava said: “I am delighted the council has been able to support the Diamond Jubilee Appeal by donating this equipment.

“The Friends do such valuable work for patients at the Hospital of St Cross and I hope the whole community rallies round to help the appeal reach its target.”

June Witcomb, secretary of the Friends, said: “We are most grateful for the support that the Mayor has given to our Diamond Jubilee Appeal.”