Wall of Shame CCTV Appeal | Episode 36

Wall of Shame CCTV Appeal | Episode 36


Hello and welcome to the first Wall of Shame
CCTV Appeal of the year, coming up… New year, more bags – Sunningdale Avenue
returns! Flip-flop fly-tipper flings rubbish on Gurney
Close! Rug dumper on Gurney Close! Shelve your ideas of dumping that there! Hung out to dry – clothes airer dumped on
the Heathway! Bags fly-tipped on Stamford Road. Hello and welcome back to the Wall of Shame
CCTV Appeal. It’s a new year and we’re as committed as ever to making sure we stop
fly-tipping in Barking and Dagenham for good. We know it’s a dirty few ruining
the borough for everyone else and we need your help finding them. Call the number provided
or email [email protected] if you think you know anyone featured! We start on Sunningdale Avenue, where this
electric box attracts the worst kind of residents – fly-tippers – like this woman who dumps
a bunch of bags next to it. Think you recognise this Sunningdale Avenue dumper? Call us now! This is Gurney Close, where some residents
are having a problem with making sure their bags go in the bin – you’d think this
wouldn’t be that hard, yet here we are. Get in touch if you know her. We move on now to another bin shed on Gurney
Close, where this woman faces a £400 fine for fly-tipping this rug. Remember, the rug
life doesn’t pay! Know her face? Give us a bell! Note to shelf – don’t fly-tip in our borough!
Live on Gurney Close and know this woman? Give us a call! Over on the Heathway, this guy’s getting
hung out to dry – he’s chucking away a clothes horse. He should’ve taken that to
the dump, or arranged to have it collected via our website at lbbd.gov.uk/bulky-waste These images from Stamford Road may be blurry,
but we really want to catch this guy. He’s overfilled his domestic waste bin and decided
that the side of the road was the perfect place to dump his rubbish. He must live nearby
so, if you’re a Stamford Road resident, keep an eye out and give us a call if you
recognise him. If you’re concerned about the graffiti on the wall behind – don’t
be. It’s logged with our street cleaning team and they’re cleaning it off ASAP. That’s all for this episode, we’ll be
back in a couple weeks with more. And in the meantime, please make it your new year’s
resolution to help us educate the few people making a mess of Barking and Dagenham for
everyone else.

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