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Posted by: John Brace | 25th January 2011

Flaybrick Cemetery – Flytipping still a problem

As you can tell from the photos below (which I have passed on to Mark Smith and the Cabinet Member for Streetscene and Transport), flytipping in Flaybrick Cemetery is a problem.

Whilst we were taking the photos, another car pulled up and another couple of bags were thrown over the railings, unfortunately by the time we approached them they had driven off (with the railings obscuring the view).

In addition, the demolished Wirral Partnership Homes properties here are attracting rubbish (which is then set on fire). Sadly, there was less flytipping before these houses overlooking were demolished. You can click on each photo for a larger version.

Hopefully something will be done soon as this kind of irresponsible behaviour upsets local residents (especially those who have family members buried there).

My wife brought this up last year at the Public Question Time, which a journalist went on to report upon.

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area

Flytipping Flaybrick Cemetery and surrounding area


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  1. Also I must make a comment, that gravestones are being vandalised. I couldn’t help but cry that people were not remembered properly. I couldn’t understand why someone would want to damage graves and gravestones.

    They must go round with a hammer or some other tool because some were broken in two or three places. That is not all I am concerned about. They use these as drinking spots and they had left broken bottles, gin, vodka and cans.

    What would it take to have someone patrol this area after the sun has come down?


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