Restaurant fly-tips countryside in southern Oxfordshire

Adella Miesner

A PILE of empty oil containers was dumped on a countryside lane in a picturesque Oxfordshire village. Vale of White Horse District Council officers are on the hunt for the restaurant behind the fly-tip in Uffington. A number of metal and plastic containers were thrown away on the side of a […]

A PILE of empty oil containers was dumped on a countryside lane in a picturesque Oxfordshire village.

Vale of White Horse District Council officers are on the hunt for the restaurant behind the fly-tip in Uffington.

A number of metal and plastic containers were thrown away on the side of a road and the council is now appealing for help to trace the brazen fly-tipper.

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In a post on social media the council wrote: “So which fried food outlet did these old cooking oil containers come from before being dumped at a countryside lane in Uffington?

“Our environment crime team aims to find out.

“Somebody decided this was an acceptable thing to do.

“It is not and nor is it legal.

“If you know anything about this please call us on 01235 422403.”

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Many Facebook users were disappointed when the council shared a photo of the rubbish yesterday.

One commented Hayley Keep said: “It is such a shame that some people take our beautiful countryside for granted.”

Another local Helen Flynn added: “Hopefully someone will solve this mystery and the person who did this will be traced.” 

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