RESIDENTS in Taunton have been handed 'anti-social behaviour diaries' as part of the battle against bad behaviour.

PCSO Amy Borthwick, a member of the Taunton Neighbourhood Policing Team, has been giving out the diaries in a bid to document anti-social behaviour, meaning officers can take action when needed.

A spokesperson for the team said the diaries were 'just one of the many tools we have available to us to evidence ongoing ASB (anti-social behaviour)'.

Amy was also able to pay a visit to the new rainbow footpath in Taunton, which was finished last week and was created as part of Pride celebrations in the county town.