Rubbish is blot on lovely landscape
YET again, last Sunday, on an early morning visit to Ferry Meadows, I came across litter strewn over parts of the fields from the previous day’s picnics and barbecues.
As well as being a potential danger to animals and other wildlife, it creates a blot on a beautiful landscape.
Usually, the mess is quite close to the car parks, as the people who caused it have not bothered to move more than a few hundred yards from their cars.
As the car parks are surrounded by bins, I can’t imagine what the excuse could be for not using them.
I don’t know how this behaviour can be stopped.
It is clear that those responsible have no respect for their surroundings, the other users of the park, or the staff who, I’m sure, have better things to do than clear up after these lazy thoughtless people. BARRY WARNE Orton Wistow Peterborough