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Poisonous hemlock growing on bank next to train station

Reported via mobile anonymously at 09:42, Saturday 27 April 2024

Sent to Brighton and Hove City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5904788.

There's quite an infestation of poisonous hemlock on the bank near the lift out the back of Brighton railway station. The plant is extremely toxic when ingested to humans and animals, and can also cause severe skin reactions if touched.

I know this is a wildflower bank however it feels like this should be removed so that the seeds (flowers from June, seed from September time) don't spread further through the city.

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