Council investigates spate of fly-tipping in village

PUBLISHED: 10:12 22 November 2017

Several incidents of fly-tipping have been reported in River Lane, Brampton. Picture: HDC

Several incidents of fly-tipping have been reported in River Lane, Brampton. Picture: HDC

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Environmental health officers are investigating after a spate of fly-tipping in Brampton.

Officers from Huntingdonshire District Council said there had been “several fly tips” in the River Lane area, with buckets, plastic boxes, electrical items, and paint among a host of items being discarded.

In a post on social media, a spokesman for the council said: “Officers have investigated several fly tips at this location. We are asking members of the public who walk down by the river to report anything suspicious.”

You can contact the district council’s environmental health team via e-mail at envhealth@huntingdonshire.gov.uk or by calling 01480 388302.

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