Unusable stretch of pavement by school due to overgrown shrubs. Children are always and riding bikes in the road. Dangerous road at school pick up and drop off
Reported in the Footway Defect category anonymously at 10:55, Thu 13 October 2016
Sent to West Berkshire Council 5 minutes later
Ridiculously overgrown shrubs along this stretch (not been cut for more than a year as it was missed in the last cut) mean that pavement (on Bull Meadow) by the primary school (Streatley School) is totally unusable. Children on foot, mums with pushchairs, kids on scooters and bikes are having to go into the road and between parked cars instead of pavement to get to school. Cars are always parking and turning here at drop off and pick up. It is v dangerous. In addition the berries falling off the shrubs are poisonous and in easy reach of children and babies. I am told these shrubs do not belong to the school. It would be fantastic if this situation could be remedied as soon as possible. Thank you.
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