VILLAGERS have spelled out their priorities for action.
They turned up to a community action meeting in Saughall and Shotwick Park to tell Saughall PCSO Mike Butler they were most concerned about anti-social behaviour, speeding and parking.
Parish councillor Rakesh Shukla told the council that some clear points had come through at the meeting.
There had been some criticism with residents feeling the council did not respond quickly enough to identify needs.
Residents had concerns that people using the Golden Jubilee Park were not parking in the designated car park and this was causing visibility problems near the junction of Long Lane and Fiddlers Lane.
Occupiers had raised issues about nuisance youth activity in the park on most nights with antisocial behaviour continuing into the early hours.
There was also a request for a 30mph speed limit sign to be moved further up Long Lane to encourage motorists to slow down on the approach to the Park.
The parish council heard that despite problems, residents were pleased to have the Golden Jubilee Park.