World Cycling Revival, Herne Hill Velodrome, Jun 14-16

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1 Response to World Cycling Revival, Herne Hill Velodrome, Jun 14-16

  1. Personally I’ve never seen so much litter being dropped, blown out of bins, raided by foxes and just the general laziness of people to use a bin or pick up what’s outside their own front doors. It’s disgusting and makes one ashamed to live in the area. Especially in the Macclesfield Road, Estcourt Road, Arena Tram Stop, Alleyway 666 and Albert Road of SE25.
    I feel really disappointed with all those who live in those areas for not taking a pride in their area.
    It’s such a shame. And when the Recycling Wagon comes around – they leave little piles of crushed glass every time they stop in the road, the Cardboard and paper is left to blow everywhere as are the plastic trays. No one seems to care – it’s so sad.
    I pick up 5 pieces of little a day – 3 times a day – and it’s always back again.
    Come on People of South Norwood, Lets get Cracking on Litter.

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