Man made to pay £1,255 after dump­ing turf

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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,

as signed up for weekly classes with

he Lit­tle Lan­guage Academy.

Chil­dren aged three o five are tak­ing part in nter­ac­tive lessons ocus­ing on a dif­fer­ent heme each time. The academy also lans to or­gan­ise rench cul­tural ctiv­i­ties such as heese-tast­ing, crepe seen by a mem­ber of the pub­lic in his van in Seven Hills Road, Iver Heath.

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.

Owner of The Lit­tle Lan­guage Academy Deb­bie Lo­max said: “We are de­lighted that we are work­ing with Brind­ley House and have al­ready had some lovely feed­back from the chil­dren, who are en­joy­ing our classe group for lea for­eig langu the ch have n in­hibit

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.

“We feel that the French ses­sions will help de­velop the

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.

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