Caroline Flint has welcomed the launch of the Auckley, Blaxton, Branton and Finningley Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) this week.
The Don Valley MP spoke at the launch of the community initiative.
The partnership was introduced after concerns were raised with police about levels of nuisance behaviour in Auckley, Blaxton, Branton and Finnningley. A residents' survey revealed that two thirds of respondents were concerned about alcohol related litter, young people under 18 drinking in public and hanging around shops asking people to buy drink for them.
Caroline Flint joined Doncaster Mayor Majid Khan and Cantley with Branton Parish Council Chair Michelle Sidebottom to open the Branton Community Event this week.
The event marked the unveiling of a new circular walk and new play and fitness equipment.
It also marked the opening of Sianne's Butterfly Trail, a butterfly-friendly border and commemorative bench in memory of Sianne White, who passed away in 2015, aged three.
Caroline Flint was WOWed by pupils from Branton St Wilfred’s Church of England Primary School following her visit to the school to chat to them about their walking campaign.