Did not have too many

PUBLISHED: 10:44 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 25 May 2010

WITH REGARD to the concerned man who phoned 999 over the goats, - ring back and say sorry, he did not have too many sherries.

WITH REGARD to the concerned man who phoned 999 over the goats, - ring back and say sorry, he did not have too many sherries.

This van/truck was parked with two goats in, and it's not the only time. There have been goats bleating overnight, keeping us awake. It's parked in Wynter Close, 24 hours a day.

Also, visitors to Worle are very upset over lack of dog bins.

Walking from Sand Bay along the Queensway, to find a dog bin, but by Sainsburys two together, how mad is that?


Wynter close


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