Drover-grown! Weeds cover round­about

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - New Arrivals -

Maybe if the cows on Drovers Round­about were real it wouldn’t be look­ing so over­grown and un­sightly.

Over the past fort­night the grass and weeds have grown over knee height on the junc­tion, also known as the Cow Round­about, which is a gate­way for vis­i­tors to the town from the M20 and A20.

Last week a Kent County Coun­cil spokesman said: “We’re ar­rang­ing to get it trimmed back as soon as prac­ti­cally pos­si­ble.”

How­ever, a week later, there has not been a lawn­mower in sight.

Per­haps the High­land Cows keep­ing the War­ren weed-free and tidy could help?

What do you think? Write to Ken­tish Ex­press, 34-36 North Street, Ash­ford TN24 8JR or email ken­tish­ex­press@thek­m­group.co.uk

Pic­ture: Paul Amos FM2710600/ FM2710575

Above and be­low, The round­about and ap­proach­ing road verges are now cov­ered with high grass and weeds

Pic­ture: Gary Browne FM2712028

Res­i­dents in Ken­ning­ton have been com­plain­ing about a lack of dog bin col­lec­tions; Trevor Groves with one of the dog bins near Grass­mere Road

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