Open spaces in Amersham

Wednesday, June 10th, 2020
Filed under: News Item

It is fantastic to see that the open spaces throughout Amersham are being used by so many residents at the moment, most notably when the weather is hot.

Unfortunately more visitors we have seen a 300% increase in litter. Please be considerate and do not leave litter piled up against bins when they are full.

Rest assured that the Town Council is emptying the bins as frequently as permits but your help would be appreciated to ensure that we keep on top of this unseasonal demand.

A replacement dog bin has been ordered for car park at Hervines Park.

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