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Overgrown stinging nettles and other bramble bushes along the cycle path from silver street to where it meets Pit Road

Reported anonymously at 14:04, Tue 23 July 2019

Overgrown stinging nettles and other bramble bushes along the cycle path from silver street to where it meets Pit Road making it difficult for the public to use the footpath especially if you have pushchairs, bikes. Paths also leading to the cycle path are all overgrown from Nightingale Way to the footpath.

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