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The rubbish was left in Crockford car park
The rubbish was left in Crockford car park

FLY-TIPPERS have struck again the New Forest, leaving a huge pile of bags filled with garden waste, and plastic containers.

They were discovered in Crockford car park, just off the B3054 Lymington-to-Beaulieu road this morning by a dog walker from Milford.

She told the A&T: “It’s absolutely terrible. There was so much of it and it was all blowing around in the wind.”

She added that she had reported it to Forestry England which has had to deal with a spate of recent incidents of fly-tipping in the Forest.

"We need to save our planet and the beautiful countryside and coastline that we are so lucky to have right on our doorstep. This is despicable behaviour and the perpetrators should be locked up."



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