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Colchester residents call for plant to be chopped

28th July 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

Homeowners in Colchester are urging for a bush to be chopped down amid worries that it could be hazardous to local children.

The case highlights the kind of situations where safety signs may be used.

Several people have reportedly slipped on plums that have dropped from the plant on the crossing, which is located between Meadowstone and Lucy Lane South, according to the Daily Gazette.

Lollipop lady Ann Rand, who works at the crossing, told the news provider: "It's been a nuisance for years. The hedge gets cut back by Stanway Parish Council.

"Plums and stones get swept away, but some still keep dropping. Health and safety have been here so many times to clear up."

News of the dangerous plant follows a report by the BBC, which revealed that a parish council chairman in the village of Glanton has criticised Northumberland County Council's decision to remove two promotional signs that advertise the Glanton Show.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800637022-ADNFCR


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