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Massive overgrowth of nettles, thistles and brambles on the public footpath (Kings Mead area) between Broadmeads and the River Lea, along the river bank and outside the rear of Sacred Heart nr the bridge to the library car park

Reported in the Grass Cutting category anonymously at 23:51, Sun 17 June 2018

Sent to East Hertfordshire District Council 4 minutes later. FixMyStreet ref: 1342350.

This footpath is widely used by people trying to get to Ware Station & HRC from the North side of town along with youngsters from Ware South trying to get to Chauncey School.

I do not think the current appearance of this path is safe or acceptable.

In addition the nettles along the River Lea in Ware and beside Sacred Heart School are also a danger to the large number of school children

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