Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Rubbish seaweed seagulls oh no what have I descended into?

This first video shows the amount of rubbish deposited on the eastcliff the other morning, it goes on to show the free beach parking which is a side effect of the ongoing Pleasurama drama.





This next one goes on to show the cleanup operation.





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4 comments:

  1. Looks like someone is dumping piles of free newspapers which then get blown everywhere. That wasn't normal bin rubbish attacked by seagulls.

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  2. Adscene or Extra?

    Commendable clear up though.

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  3. TDC spends £3 MILLION a year cleaning up the mess made by the seagulls ripping apart the rubbish bags. If we all had wheelie bins this money could be spent elsewhere where it is needed. Yet the wheelie bins sit down in the harbor where they are no use to anyone. I just can not figure out what in the hell TDC is thinking. Pence wise and pound stupid.

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  4. Ha ha. I always park there when I am down Ramsgate seafront too. Free parking within a stone's throw of the beach. Happy days.

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