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Feeding of Seagulls on St Peters/Cloudesley Roads

Reported anonymously at 09:37, Wednesday 11 April 2018

Sent to East Sussex County Council and Hastings Borough Council 3 minutes later

Someone feeding seagulls from the first floor of a house on St Peters Road ( at the junction with Cloudesley Road.

The gulls are now swooping and nesting in St Peters Road/Cloudesley Road and CornfieldTerrace. They are making an awful racket first thing in the morning and tapping on the windows of the neighbouring properties looking for food.

The gulls drop the bread on the pavement and get into the rubbish which is only going to attract rats.

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    Posted by East Sussex County Council at 12:56, Tuesday 24 April 2018

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 19:10, Wednesday 9 May 2018

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