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Un locked gate to duck pond, green water, dumped chair, unkempt landscaping

Reported anonymously at 17:03, Wed 22 August 2018

First reported this problem via this site on the 18th July 2018. I have also contacted Hillingdon council via social media. There has been NO attempt to clean up or fix the problem. I visited today 22nd august 2018 The chair IS still present and visible for the public to see. There is a lot of rubbish particularly plastic bottles in the water now, not good for the wildlife. The weeds have grown on the path, and it looks so overgrown. This most dangerous issue is still the padlock on the gate to the path is NOT present. Any one can have access to the waters edge if pushed open. I would also like to add that Hillingdon council said they replaced the lock via direct social media message well they have not !! please see attached photos. This is a local landmark for Ruislip and it is such a shame that it is so run down. Come on Hillingdon Council please make this local landmark lovely to visit again for all ages

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