'Bag that poo, any rubbish bin will do'
...says Cllr Madelaine King-Oakley
New rubbish bins have been placed around the village — have you seen the one on the green?
Or in the village car park? Or beside the Townsend bus shelter? In Dyers Road?
Please use the new bins for your dog poo bags and rubbish.
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