Caerphilly offenders do 17,500 hours unpaid work
7:10pm Thursday 10th January 2013 in News
OFFENDERS doing unpaid work across the Caerphilly county borough as part of the Community Payback scheme have completed over 17,500 hours in a six-month period last year.
Working with the supervision of Wales Probation Trust they clocked up 17,688 hours on projects from maintaining war graves to removing graffiti.
They wear orange jackets with ‘Community Payback’ on the back. To suggest project that could benefit from the scheme, call 01633 247 300.