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Rubbish leading upto The Roaring Meg

Reported anonymously at 06:50, Wed 24 June 2015

Open top bins are giving easy access to wildlife and is becoming a major issue for the conversation of animals and the nature reserve nearby. Animals inc. Rats, mice, foxes, crows and other birds are relying on human waste to survive. This is a regular occurrence as previously reported. This needs to be fixed permanently not temporarily as it will continue.



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