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Take litter home

PUBLISHED: 12:28 02 June 2008 | UPDATED: 20:33 05 July 2010

AS a regular dog walker along Corton beach the perennial issues with litter are abundantly clear now we are enjoying some better weather.

In the vain hope that those who think it's ok to leave their litter behind and have an adult reading age and able to read this then please could you take your litter to the nearest litter bin and not leave it on our (that's yours and mine) beach.

AS a regular dog walker along Corton beach the perennial issues with litter are abundantly clear now we are enjoying some better weather.

In the vain hope that those who think it's ok to leave their litter behind and have an adult reading age and able to read this then please could you take your litter to the nearest litter bin and not leave it on our (that's yours and mine) beach.

In the last year I have dragged two or three unwanted barbecues off the beach, collected numerous glass bottles (some of them smashed) and several dozen beer cans, amongst numerous other items.

Every morning more rubbish appears on the beach and most was left rather than came in on the tide.

Not only does it make the beach look like a dump it also is dangerous especially with bare foot weather upon us.

Please be more considerate and take your litter home.

MURRAY LAMBERT

Corton


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