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Vandalism at Snakemoor

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Vandalism at Snakemoor

We are saddened to report some vandalism at the pond in Snakemoor.

Volunteer manager Julian Watson states: "the throwing of logs, fencing and debris has threatened the environment, wildlife and ambience of this very special village amenity.

The photograph does not do justice to the level of damage caused

Please would the very many respectful visitors to Snakemoor keep on the lookout for any further spoiling of this valuable asset, and report incidents to the village authorities"

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