Alresford council hears of danger to traffic posed by overgrown shrubs

Alresford council hears of danger to traffic posed by overgrown shrubs

Alresford council hears of danger to traffic posed by overgrown shrubs

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TRAFFIC danger has been created by shrubs growing onto a roadway, Alresford civic chiefs heard.

Resident Ralph Pointer, of Nursery Road, told the town council the growth at the bottom of Broad Street near The Globe pub was forcing pedestrians into the roadway.

Councillors said the nearby householders have responsibility to cut it. They will check that none of it is coming from the Old Fire Station, which is owned by the town trust.

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