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Lillington’s council eatate has always been a notoriously tough neighbourhood but, in recent years, there has been a chav revolution that has catapulted Lillington to the forefront of trash culture in Leamington Spa.

There are several factors that have contributed to this phenomenon.

1. A disproportionate number of cock chasing, tattoed, single mothers who have single handedly reared the offspring of Barry, Wayne and Kev.

2. Out of town drug dealers realising that the local dibble are a soft touch in comparrison to other constabularies in the West Mids.

3. The closing down of all the local, public houses, (no ‘Jockey’ on this estate), which has led to the teenage chavs getting exclusively tanked up on booze bought illegally from one of the five outlets licensed to sell alcohol. The burberry knuckleheads are spoiled for choice in Lillington with Victoria Wine, Thresher, Londis and two independent retailers capatalising on the delinquent desire for Lambert and Butler, Rizla and cheap vodka. Happy shoppers indeed!

The irony is that the activities of the chav population, who become sozzled on the illicit liquor, has led the local plod, in conjunction with councillors, to implement an exclusion zone around the shopping precinct! Why it has never occurred to the authorities that the answer to the anti social behaviour may be to try and close the off licenses, remains a mystery.

However, chasing the pissed up chavs provides the old bill with the opportunity to drive at high speed around the estate, in a yellow transit van with cameras attached to it. Younger chavs could be forgiven for mistaking the vehicle for an ice cream van, but it’s main purpose appears to be to antagonise and provoke their drunken peers.

Having witnessed this spectacle several times on my way to the shops, I have to say, this particular police policy also baffles me. I was expecting the police to confront or arrest the lairy chavs who gesticulated and hurled abuse at the police officers inside the van, but instead they just drive slowly past, stared at the chavs until they were whipped up into a smirnoff frenzy and then departed the scene at high speed.

The angry chav gang then proceeded to take their frustration out on vehicles belonging to misfortunate residents of chavland. It was pretty routine stuff, kicked wing mirrors and scratched paintwork, but very profitable for the insurance companies concerned and very useful ammunition for the chief constable when he is appealing for more cash out of the public purse for extra officers.

The main chav gang in Lillington are known as ‘The Lillington Crew’. Their activities include playing football inside the library, hanging out in ‘crownie’, (Crown Way shopping precinct), smashing the windows of the local Catholic church and intimidating the most vulnerable residents on the estate. They can also be found at the basketball court near the youth centre, which they frequently destroy, despite the fact it is the only facility that has been put there, at public expense, for their benefit.

The local politicians never fail to highlight this fact when condemning the chavs in the local rag and this reinforces the belief that any public money invested on the knuckle-draggers, in an attempt to give them something constructive to do, would be money wasted.

Quite right too. Best to leave them in them in a semi coma, litening to their shite music on a stolen mp3 player.

In more recent times a splinter group of chavs have appeared in the Denby Close region of the estate. This group are known as ‘The Dell Boys’. Not because they sell fake burberry from the back of a three wheeled van, but because they hang out in a park known as ‘The Dell’. You have to pity them for the lack of imagination surrounding the names of the ‘crews’. Special needs education aint what it used to be.

The Dell boys were formed because one of the founder members was forbidden from hanging out with the Lillington Crew by his mum. He had started to become known to the police and mum decided to ground him for a short period of time before allowing him to play with some nicer boys.

Sadly this action has only led to the nice boys being exposed to chav culture and the repurcussions are now being felt in households that may have otherwise resisted the influence of the burburry underclass. Needless to say heads have been shaved, collars have been turned up and chav culture is emerging as the dominent force across the estate.

Elton Close appears to be the latest casualty with rumours of a chav gang numbering 30 causing mayhem on a regular basis.

I will keep you posted on all known chav activity in Lillington.

Bronson.


Lillington’s council eatate has always been a notoriously tough neighbourhood but, in recent years, there has been a chav revolution that has catapulted Lillington to the forefront of trash culture in Leamington Spa.

There are several factors that have contributed to this phenomenon.

1. A disproportionate number of cock chasing, tattoed, single mothers who have single handedly reared the offspring of Barry, Wayne and Kev.

2. Out of town drug dealers realising that the local dibble are a soft touch in comparrison to other constabularies in the West Mids.

3. The closing down of all the local, public houses, (no ‘Jockey’ on this estate), which has led to the teenage chavs getting exclusively tanked up on booze bought illegally from one of the five outlets licensed to sell alcohol. The burberry knuckleheads are spoiled for choice in Lillington with Victoria Wine, Thresher, Londis and two independent retailers capatalising on the delinquent desire for Lambert and Butler, Rizla and cheap vodka. Happy shoppers indeed!

The irony is that the activities of the chav population, who become sozzled on the illicit liquor, has led the local plod, in conjunction with councillors, to implement an exclusion zone around the shopping precinct! Why it has never occurred to the authorities that the answer to the anti social behaviour may be to try and close the off licenses, remains a mystery.

However, chasing the pissed up chavs provides the old bill with the opportunity to drive at high speed around the estate, in a yellow transit van with cameras attached to it. Younger chavs could be forgiven for mistaking the vehicle for an ice cream van, but it’s main purpose appears to be to antagonise and provoke their drunken peers.

Having witnessed this spectacle several times on my way to the shops, I have to say, this particular police policy also baffles me. I was expecting the police to confront or arrest the lairy chavs who gesticulated and hurled abuse at the police officers inside the van, but instead they just drive slowly past, stared at the chavs until they were whipped up into a smirnoff frenzy and then departed the scene at high speed.

The angry chav gang then proceeded to take their frustration out on vehicles belonging to misfortunate residents of chavland. It was pretty routine stuff, kicked wing mirrors and scratched paintwork, but very profitable for the insurance companies concerned and very useful ammunition for the chief constable when he is appealing for more cash out of the public purse for extra officers.

The main chav gang in Lillington are known as ‘The Lillington Crew’. Their activities include playing football inside the library, hanging out in ‘crownie’, (Crown Way shopping precinct), smashing the windows of the local Catholic church and intimidating the most vulnerable residents on the estate. They can also be found at the basketball court near the youth centre, which they frequently destroy, despite the fact it is the only facility that has been put there, at public expense, for their benefit.

The local politicians never fail to highlight this fact when condemning the chavs in the local rag and this reinforces the belief that any public money invested on the knuckle-draggers, in an attempt to give them something constructive to do, would be money wasted.

Quite right too. Best to leave them in a semi coma, litening to their shite music on a stolen mp3 player.

In more recent times a splinter group of chavs have appeared in the Denby Close region of the estate. This group are known as ‘The Dell Boys’. Not because they sell fake burberry from the back of a three wheeled van, but because they hang out in a park known as ‘The Dell’. You have to pity them for the lack of imagination surrounding the names of the ‘crews’. Special needs education aint what it used to be.

The Dell boys were formed because one of the founder members was forbidden from hanging out with the Lillington Crew by his mum. He had started to become known to the police and mum decided to ground him for a short period of time before allowing him to play with some nicer boys.

Sadly this action has only led to the nice boys being exposed to chav culture and the repurcussions are now being felt in households that may have otherwise resisted the influence of the burburry underclass. Needless to say heads have been shaved, collars have been turned up and chav culture is emerging as the dominent force across the estate.

Elton Close appears to be the latest casualty with rumours of a chav gang numbering 30 causing mayhem on a regular basis.

I will keep you posted on all known chav activity in Lillington.

Bronson.







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