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Mists and mellow fruitfulness

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On 25 Nov 2016 at 10:32pm Lopster wrote:
Dr Mr (or indeed Mrs or Ms) Councillor (of whichever council is responsible),
Once again (seems almost annual) Autumn is here, the leaves have fallen, they are now calf-deep in many places, getting slushy (and slippy), and will compact (and get slippy), or trap under frost/ice (and...).
Any chance of collecting some and disposing of them preferably BEFORE they become treacherous?
Like they used to in the good old days.
Surely there is SOME obligation for safety/maintenance/aesthetics (the latter being an advantage of being within a National Park surely)
Regards
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On 26 Nov 2016 at 8:56am Sussex Jim wrote:
Any chance of you going outside with a broom this fine morning, and doing the bit outside your house?
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On 26 Nov 2016 at 9:32pm Lopster wrote:
If you saw how many trees are outside my front door you wouldn't even suggest it...
it's not that long ago that they were collected before they became a hazard
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On 27 Nov 2016 at 10:09am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
The footpath along Winterbourne Hollow is lethally slippery. It's really badly lit as well.
It's quite possibly safer to walk in the road.
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On 28 Nov 2016 at 6:13am Tumbler wrote:
I slipped and fell on leaves on the slope down to Waitrose the other day. It was like an ice rink. Take care and wear stout shoes! No chance of any Council intervention - they're all too busy counting the huge piles of cash from our council tax contributions


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