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Over grown big rose bush heage hanging over your public footpath pavement corner entrance of MUILLDUN WAY HP123JW off the road of Chairborough road up hill

Reported in the Hedge problem category anonymously at 15:25, Thursday 17 May 2018

Received by Buckinghamshire County Council moments later

See photo / you go up hill in Chairborough road then you come to a small roundabout then turn 1 st left road is called MUILLDUN WAY HP123JW high wycombe bucks as you can see in the photo there is on the corner entrance in MUILLDUN WAY YOU CAN SEE THERE IS A VERY BIG hedge over grown rose thorn bush is over hanging on the public footpath pavement and some were in there you will find your street sign / can you get this hedge cut off Thank you

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 15:30, Thursday 17 May 2018

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