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There have been complaints about garden waste being thrown into hedges along Dyers Road which is causing an unpleasant smell and damage to the hedge itself

Garden waste is treated like any other material if it is illegally placed in fields, hedges or ditches.

The majority of people use their own composters, green garden waste bins (which can be obtained through South Somerset District Council ) or by taking it to the local recycling centres

Please help keep our village clean by responsibly disposing garden waste and other unwanted materials.

Thank you

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