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The first thing to do is to start keeping a diary of the time date and what has happened. This will com in useful should you need to progress matters legally.
Next, send the person concerned a "cease and desist letter". This letter demands that they stop their harassment of you. Keep a copy yourself and proof that you sent a copy to them.
If they continue, if they are neighbours, then you can report the matter to your local council who deal with these cases.
You can also lodge a formal compliant of harassment to the police. Harassment is a criminal offence. Your diary and cease and desist letter will support your complaint. The police should then take action. That could involve warning them, issuing a harassment notice or arrest and charge them to court.
Further on the civil side of things, once you have involved the council, and sent your letter. if things continue, you could have a solicitor write to them and also seek an injunction against them at court.
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