Kier Asks Publicans Not To Serve Drunk Builders

The new school building site at Carn Gwaval

The new school build management has asked publicans to be watchful and refuse to serve builders who appear to drunk.

Construction company Kier Western say that they are talking with directors of companies with whom they contract to ‘eliminate the possibility’ of any reoccurrence of drunken incidents involving their workers.

This weekend one worker gained a fixed penalty fine for an alleged drunken disturbance . Another man spent the night in the police cells.

And after a late night police operation at Mundesley House in the small hours of Monday morning, one male has been bailed to appear before Camborne Police in connection with an alleged assault.

Another male was bailed until the end of the month at the same police station. He will be questioned over an alleged threat to kill and alleged criminal damage.

We understand that all builders who had been staying at the boarding house over the half term have left.

Kier Western Manager, Bryan Trethewey says work to repair the damage at Mundesley House has been carried out.

He says he has reiterated what is expected of workers when they are offsite and new workers will continue to meet the police for their Isles of Scilly induction chat.