Plans to ban some under-16s from going out alone in Bangor at night are set to be discussed by councillors later after claims there wasn't enough consultation.
The controversial order would cover the whole of the city centre and would apply between 9pm and 6am.
It's aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour following complaints about groups of teenagers gathering to drink.
Bangor City Council plan to meet North Wales Police to discuss the order further.
Police say they will not comment until the six-month trial is complete.
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