12 Rubbish Photos From One Mooring

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12 Rubbish Photos From One Mooring

Post by High Seas » February 5th, 2018, 9:06 pm

This came from one mooring, Wroxham Island. No more than 1/2 boats could moor there at anytime yet look what's in the bushes.
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Re: 12 Rubbish Photos From One Mooring

Post by Captain Kestrel » February 6th, 2018, 8:00 pm

I don't think they are rubbish Miles. They clearly highlight the problem rubbish is causing on the broads before long moorings will look like land fill sites and plastic islands will form on the broads killing off the wildlife and a beautiful part of this country. We all have a part to play I know but the Authorities who decided to cut bins and refuse collection in order to save money in the short term will have to face the facts that the decision was false economy before to long.

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