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Resident putting broken pottery on service strip

Reported anonymously at 13:54, Tue 28 April 2020

The residents of Beech House have put broken terracotta pottery on the edge of the grass outside their property. It is only a few inches away from the road and it is on the Service Strip. I believe it is to stop cars driving on the grass there. BUT Church Road is a single lane road with a ditch opposite their property. So if 2 vehicles meet outside their property (and tractors use the road) there is risk of a vehicle getting stuck in the ditch because they can't drive on the Service Strip outside Beech House.



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