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Liphook cleanup
- Ian (11th Feb 2020 19:49:05)

As any one noticed how much broken glass and rubbish on are paths in Liphook Headley road really bad anchor we have dogs

do the council ever clean our village has anyone seen a path sweeper

come on get Liphook clean it’s a disgrace

Re: Liphook cleanup
- Rachel (11th Feb 2020 23:48:35)

It's awful, the amount of broken glass on the pavements.
Having always had dogs, I scrap the glass into the gutter whenever I encounter it. I do worry about those soft pads though, it's upsetting.

Re: Liphook cleanup
- Simon Coyte (12th Feb 2020 11:53:06)

Litter and street cleaning is the responsibility of EHDC though house holders could keep their frontage clear it would help keep our village tidy,
EHDC contact www.easthants.gov.uk/litter

Re: Liphook cleanup
- Penny Williamson (12th Feb 2020 14:47:48)

I know that EHDC have a responsibility to keep our streets and open spaces clean, but why do people continually drop litter in the first place. In particular glass which as has been said is potentially harmful to animals and I would add to children who are prone to tripping up!

We really are becoming more and more of a “nanny” state ie people not taking responsibility for their own actions, in this case litter dropping, and expecting others to clear up the mess. Sadly I think this begins at home from the day one is born. Parenting or lack of it.

No one talks about this now but it is the lack of parenting that produce a generation of people who grow up not caring about how their actions affect other people. There have been enough posts about “dog poo” and before anyone says anything this too is inexcusable and I know the risk of Toxocariasis, but litter dropping is just as antisocial, unsightly and potentially dangerous in the case of broken glass.

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