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22 Feb 2018 17:59

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22 Feb 2018 18:20

where's all that rubbish @DEEDOODLE?

22 Feb 2018 19:12

A walk around on Saturday afternoon 001


i think it maybe through the back of lanhern @flo

23 Feb 2018 16:02

thanks @ZIGGY, i've reported the mess.

23 Feb 2018 20:47

The rubbish left by drinkers is thrown over the fence by the bench that overlooks the train station car park.



25 Feb 2018 06:08

This mess has apparently be in situ for some time. I have been in contact with Cllr Alison Foden about this matter and she has requested that I put the following on here:


"I have reported this load of rubbish numerous times since I noticed it last summer 2017 to the then DTC town clerk, asking that TDC be chased on this. I have repeatedly asked for more litter bins with lids near the benches there - Thompson's path through Lanherne - and for regular collections. I raised it in the list of actions which were reported after the CAC town centre audit last October. 


The inadequate rubbish bin that is on Thompson’s Path is labelled TDC. I have been trying to get it sorted and the area cleaned up."



Diana Mond
Diana Mond
25 Feb 2018 07:27

Does the land where the rubbish lies belong to Network Rail? Maybe someone needs to create an online petition?

25 Feb 2018 09:42

Typical local council initiative to just pass the buck for over half a year and say Oh! it's not my problem its their's. Good old tax/rate payers money being well spent, I think not.

You could put 10 bins at the location and it still would not stop those commiting this lazy act of littering.

How about getting a 'working group' of criminals from one of our districts jails to go and clean it up. I'm sure they would like a day out and may be get a little shopping in at the same time.

Whether it is network rail or not it is in Dawlish and it paints a poor picture for locals and tourists alike. Whilst those paid to look after Dawlish and the surrounding area continue to do less whilst demanding more.


25 Feb 2018 12:10

I've been told its TDC. They are going to let me know what the cleansing team say.

25 Feb 2018 12:44

More reason's why there should be a levy placed on those can's. How about 20p per can refunded when you take the can back.


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