Police warning over ‘schools out’ beach party
There will be a strong police presence in Aberdour on Friday to deter any outbreak of youth disorder.
Young people are expected to gather at the Silver Sands beach to mark the start of the school summer holidays.
However, police are acting to make sure there is no repeat of recent trouble which took place in the area.
Those attending have been warned that under-age drinking, and anti-social behaviour won’t be tolerated.
Sergeant Kenny Bow said, “Traditionally, the last day of term sees young people converge on Silver Sands and we have no issue with that.
“However, the offences committed during the recent exam study leave will not be tolerated and my officers, and our partners have been in discussions about how best to manage this matter.
“Silver Sands is a beautiful area to be enjoyed by local people and visitors of all ages, and the last thing visitors want to see are people behaving in a way that would cause upset, offence, or damage to the beach.”