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The day will give residents a chance to update their will or create a Power of Attorney document. AN ELDERLY man has been pushed over, another has attempted a citizen's arrest and residents have had to put in barbed wire fencing in a bid to keep gangs of youths out of their gated complex as a bridge-jumping stand-off threatens to turn nasty."What it is, there's a bridge at Anchorage (Islands) used by large groups of youths and older children to jump off,” Tweed Shire Councillor Warren Polglase said."Police have been called plenty of times but they have other problems and priorities too.”A resident, who asked to remain anonymous for fear he might become a target, said groups of up to 20 youths sometimes loitered in the complex courtyard and abused its mostly elderly residents when they were asked to move on.The Berwick area is dominated by the beautiful town of Berwick-upon-Tweed and the smaller settlements of Tweedmouth and Spittal.The history of the three settlements is interwoven: all exploited the Tweed as a resource for fishing; Tweedmouth later provided a deep water dock for Berwick and was used as a base by the English king to attack and take Berwick from the Scots.
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