by Mike 


December 15, 2022 in 

The land where CATCH is now located had been neglected and attracted crime and anti-social behaviour for many years. There were several environmental issues including drug use and continuous fly-tipping.

In 2009 conversations about the land took place between CATCH’s founding members and local stakeholders who campaigned for its development, this led to several community clean-ups taking place over a two year period with support from the police, fire service, local schools, volunteers including young people and businesses. It soon became apparent at the scale of fly-tipping and drug use which had taken place due to all the discarded items left under the overgrown vegetation.

Watch the development of the land in its early stages by clicking the play button above.

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