I am left wondering

What sort of person dumps their garden rubbish in someone else's garden? I returned home on Tuesday August 26 to find a black bin bag tied up with brown parcel tape and filled with conifer hedge clippings at my front door. My neighbours know that I do

What sort of person dumps their garden rubbish in someone else's garden? I returned home on Tuesday August 26 to find a black bin bag tied up with brown parcel tape and filled with conifer hedge clippings at my front door. My neighbours know that I do not have a conifer hedge, so it was not one of them who had cut my hedge on their side of the fence and returned my clippings, so I am left wondering who this mystery person is. Had they driven around the streets of Nailsea with this heavy bag to randomly pick a house to dump their rubbish at and I was that unlucky person? Surely it would have been easier to buy a green bag and dispose of the clippings correctly as everyone else does. Personally, I would not have had the cheek to walk up someone's path with a bag of rubbish and leave it at their front door. So I would like to say this to that mystery person - if the clippings were from your own hedge, dispose of them correctly as everyone else does. If you thought you were returning the clippings from a neighbours hedge, then please check your facts first - or your geography!NAME AND ADDRESS SUPPLIED


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