Rub­bish is blot on lovely land­scape

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your Telegraph -

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

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