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Litterbugs strike again within days of their last bout of flytipping being cleared away

Flytipping in Gaddesden Lane, Redbourn

Flytipping in Gaddesden Lane, Redbourn

 

Litterbugs have illegally dumped a huge mound of rubbish on the outskirts of a village within days of their last bout of flytipping being cleared away.

Last week, we reported that the trash had blocked the entrance to the Nickey Line in Redbourn

Now litterbugs have left another pile of rubbish in Gaddesden Lane, a rural area on the other side of the Hemel Hempstead Road, less than half a mile away. They previously targeted that area about three weeks ago.

A walker – who asked not to be identified after receiving abuse on Facebook in the past about her flytipping posts – sent this website a photo of the new flytipping.

She said: “I sent you some pictures of the same place a while ago. If you compare them all you will see it is all the same items. It looks like it is the same people doing this dumping.

“They need a camera here. As you can see it is blocking the gateway and almost in the road.”

It is thought that the litterbugs could now be targeting nearby Redbourn, which falls within the area of flytipping authority St Albans District Council, after Dacorum Borough Council started catching onto their dumping patterns

 

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