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There is a lot of building rubble left after Drayton Construction repairs the drains. This rubble detracts from the historic approach to St Peter the Great Church from the Buttercross village green. It has been left at the base of the raised pavements. We are proud of our village, this debris not only looks as if no one cares but will eventually become a danger to motorists and pedestrians. Please send o team of street cleaners to cleanup this historic stretch of road.

Reported in the Street cleaning category anonymously at 16:10, Saturday 27 June 2020 using FixMyStreet Pro

Sent to Vale of White Horse District Council less than a minute later

The building debris is encroaching onto the road. It looks unsightly and is a potential danger to motorists and pedestrians. It is at the base of the raised pavements on the historic approach to St James the Great Church from the village green, arguably the most important and historic piece of road in West Hanney.

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