‘This is outrageous’ - Fury over fly tipping on village kerb
- Credit: Michael Graystone
A councillor has hit out at a fly tipper who dumped a pile of waste on a village kerb.
Broken fence panels, plastic chairs and even a television were strewn in a heap in Belton earlier this week, creating an unappealing sight.
Michael Graystone, vice chairman of Belton Parish Council, said the fly tipping was “outrageous”.
He said: “When you see things like this it makes your blood boil.
“We would like to think somebody would not do this to their own village.
“We all feel like a huge family in Belton and then somebody does this.”
The heap was originally discovered on a verge on Church Lane on Monday, January 22.
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Mr Graystone said Great Yarmouth Borough Council’s environmental team had been made aware.
He added: “Often neighbours won’t say anything because they don’t want to cause any arguments, so it takes a third party to get thing sorted.”