Anybody recognise where these items might have come from? Please contact NFDC….
Anybody recognise where these items might have come from? Please contact NFDC.
We are dealing with this fly tip in Staplewood Lane, Marchwood.
It’s a rather large collection of lawn mowers and vacuum cleaners.
If you have any information that may help our investigation, please contact us, in confidence:
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