One recent development is the building of a large shopping centre, SHOPPING CITY, in Wood Green, though some small shopkeepers say that they had not lost much trade to the development. There are several commmunal entertainments , such as church youth clubs, but most people said they usually stayed at home watching T.V. or videos. The Police said that the most common crimes in the area are Burglary and Car Theft, with juvenile criminals being mainly involved in Shoplifting, most of it occuring in the Shopping City during the school holidays. A disproportionately large percentage of the shops in the High Road are owned and/or run by Asians who are mainly recent arrivals in the area.
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