Flytips, persistent litter and other ecosystem threats

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TESCO HAS BEEN ASKED TO ASSIST

20 April 2019 This Tesco bag contained four empty bottles of Henry Weston Cider, together with the receipt and Club Card number. It is being pursued with Tesco.

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THE CO-OP WILL BE ASKED TO ASSIST

24 May 2019 A Coop bagful of litter on Sandy Lane beside the mobile mast. Contained a receipt and business card. Enquiries are ongoing.

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THEY’RE STILL AT IT :/

Please make them stop

17 April 2019 Rissington Road. Whoever is doing this needs a tap on the shoulder please.

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FIXED PENALTY NOTICE ISSUED

Notified 24 May 2019

20 April 2019 A McDonalds Bag where Leasow Lane joins with Rissington Road.

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UH OH. TWO IN TWO DAYS. THIS DOESN’T BODE WELL.

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FIXED PENALTY NOTICE ISSUED

Notified 24 May 2019

18 March 2019 Leasow Lane. Started early March. Look out for today’s paper. Please pick it up before it scatters.

20 March 2019 A McDonalds Bag at Travellers Corner, where Rissington Road crosses the River Dikler.

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SEEN ANYONE BEHEADING COKE BOTTLES?

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Leasow Lane. The top is wedged inside the bottom.


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WE ALL NEED TO BUY SHARES IN HENRY WESTON

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Rissington Road and Leasow Lane.


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EWW… A DIEHARD SMOKER REMINDS US WHY WE DON’T

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Rissington Road and Leasow Lane.


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FASTIDIOUSLY REPLACES CORK, THEN… OUT THE WINDOW

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Leasow Lane. Animals can’t get trapped inside. Thoughtful?


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KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR SOMEONE WHO IS A BIT HYPED

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Rissington Road and Leasow Lane.


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CAN’T BLAME THEM FOR GETTING RID OF IT. BUT HERE?

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2-8 March 2019 Top of Rissington Road.


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The above text was sent confirming that a call earlier that day to Stow Police was being actioned. The day before, a McDonalds bag had been spotted, opposite the entrance to Bobble Barn, containing an empty Coke can, the wrappings from a McNugget Meal and the receipt.

If the meal was bought at a drive-thru, the culprit was as good as in the bag too. A call to the number on the receipt was met with immediate readiness to assist. Armed with the details from the receipt they confirmed they had the vehicle registration number on their system.

A call to Stow Police ensued and the next day, 29 November 2018, a Police Community Support Officer left a voicemail:

“Just following up to let you know that I’ve tracked down the driver who dropped the fast-food wrapping in Little Rissington. I have found out that it’s a company vehicle… so the director of the company is going to have a sit-down talk with the driver of the car to make sure they don’t do it again and hopefully that issue is sorted for you, and… yeah… have a very good day.”