Next day rubbish was back as normal

EVERY morning, at the end of Salisbury Terrace, Weston, there is a mountain of green bags of garbage outside a takeaway. They are obviously put out the night before as by 8:30 in the morning the gulls, foxes, rats, whatever, have torn them to shreds litt

EVERY morning, at the end of Salisbury Terrace, Weston, there is a mountain of green bags of garbage outside a takeaway. They are obviously put out the night before as by 8:30 in the morning the gulls, foxes, rats, whatever, have torn them to shreds littering the entire pavement. On the other side of Salisbury Terrace is the trade entrance for the Sovereign Centre.This at least has a large red bin, invariably overflowing and with its lid open. Paper and rubbish is strewn over the area. As if by magic the day the Queen visited there were no green bags and no rubbish. Even the back of the Sovereign was clean and no red bin. The very next day the rubbish was back as normal! There is something not quite right here. We pay the council tax, the Queen gets the benefit. Wouldn't it be an idea if it was kept nice and clean for us mere commoners for the other 364 days? If that's not possible, do you think Her Majesty could be persuaded to come every day so that we could have at least one clean street in Weston?EDDIE GRAY - Via email


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