Man made to pay £1,255 after dumping turf
A MAN has received a fine after dumping rolls of turf in a village road.
Damian Walkowski, 27, of Middlesex, was fined at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on January 21 after pleading guilty to an offence of dumping waste illegally.
The court heard that on the morning of June 23 last year, Walkowski was CHILDREN as young s three are learning rench at a nursery. Brindley House ursery, in Burkes Road, Beaconsfield,
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With a rear door open, he backed up his van to a grass verge, got out and then threw rolled turfs from inside the van onto the ground.
The witness noted Walkowski’s registration number and reported the incident. making and a lesson about Paris.
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Bucks County Council enforcement officers then interviewed Walkowski at a police station. He admitted being at the location on the date at the time, but denied dumping the turf.
However, at court he changed his account and pleaded guilty to the dumping.
Walkowski was fined trying out new words and phrases.”
Sarah Fahey, managing director of Brindley House, said: “Our children are really excited about learning a new language.
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children’s £100 and ordered to pay clean-up and prosecution costs of £1,135.
A victim surcharge of £20 was also given, making a total to pay of £1,255.
The case was prosecuted by Bucks County Council working on behalf of the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire.