Woodside councillor Richard Wenham spent the last month getting various cases of fly-tipping cleared from his local ward in an ongoing campaign against fly-tipping.
Cllr Wenham discovered a series of abandoned objects over the course of just a couple of weeks, including furniture, a bed, two sofas, a door and even a bathroom sink and toilet.
“I was visiting a resident when I came across the first lot in Newhouse crescent and I was taking my son to the park and then on another occasion to his Cubs group.”
Living in the heart of Woodside, cllr Wenham cites fly-tipping as a growing and recurring concern.
“Being a local lad I always like to keep our area looking nice so I’m always keeping an eye out for issues like these and looking to get them sorted as quickly as possible”
“Woodside is such a nice area with plenty of green spaces so it’s a real shame to have cases of fly-tipping around the ward.”