Writing on the wall

PUBLISHED: 10:34 16 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:08 26 October 2009

Sir – Re: Much used pedestrian subway between Haymeads and Ingles, for buses and shops… I just thought our environmentally aware council, including the resident councillor for the ward, would like to know that the graffiti artists have, again, just about

Sir - Re: Much used pedestrian subway between Haymeads and Ingles, for buses and shops...

I just thought our environmentally aware council, including the resident councillor for the ward, would like to know that the graffiti artists have, again, just about run out of clear spaces on which to spray their sub standard and offending scrawls.

If funds, or my council tax even, will run to yet another paint job, it makes sense for the contractors to bring with them a couple of signs for each approach, confirming that the area around the subway is now recognised officially to be a dump.

Surprisingly, there has been a bit of a shortage of dog mess on the pathway recently, but, I'm sure some thoughtful animal owner will soon deal with that particular matter.

If our dedicated councillors (each and every one of them) is not quite sure of the location, reference to a handy map of WGC would be of help to them.

Disgusted and ashamed, name and address supplied.


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