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Bins obstructing pedestrian pavement

Reported anonymously at 10:18, Tuesday 14 January 2020

A couple of sets of bins near top of Cherwell St are never being put away. I noticed these particular ones as I saw a mom with two young kids and a pushchair having to leave the pavement to get past - not great given the location at the top of a blind bend. These particular bins Cd easily be housed in a space next to the house which is currently full of flytipped rubbish including a mattress which have been allowed to accumulate over the past year. Can something be done please to clear this very narrow pavement of these and other wheelie bins lower down the street which are left out permanently?



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