Thursday, 24 August 2017

Appeal to cut hedge

A FORMER mayor of Henley has called on the town council to cut back an overgrown hedge.

A FORMER mayor of Henley has called on the town council to cut back an overgrown hedge.

Gill Dodds, who lives in Greys Road, said the hedge near the walkway connecting Greys Road and Gainsborough Hill was overgrown.

The hedge is the responsibility of housing association Soha and South Oxfordshire District Council.

Soha has trimmed part of the hedge which backs on to its car park but the rest of the hedge, which belongs to the district council, remains unkempt.

Mrs Dodds told a town council meeting: “The district council said it would cost £3,000 but they would not cut it. Can I suggest that you just get them to get it done or pay for it yourselves and then bill them for it?



“We have Entente Florale coming up. Please, can you just get it done?”



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