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Posted: Wed 9th Jun 2021

People urged to dispose of their litter responsibly after waste left on Llwyn Isaf for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jun 9th, 2021

People are being urged to dispose of their litter responsibly when using public spaces.

It comes after takeaway drinks and packaging – along with other rubbish – was left strewn across Llwyn Isaf in the town centre on Tuesday afternoon.

This is despite there being eight bins in the surrounding area.

Lead Member for Environment and Transport, councillor David Bithell said he was “disappointed that yesterday litter was left all over the green.”

He said: “We want people to use the green in nice weather but ask that people use the bins surrounding the area responsibly.

“We have also taking the matter up with Coleg Cambria as part of our education drive across the council.

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