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19th September 2020

Fix My Street can be used to report flytipping, potholes and other highways concerns 




19th September 2020

The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on 16th December 2020 


Meeting ID: 894 7692 7379


26th April 2020

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the May meeting of the Parish Council has been CANCELLED 

3rd September 2018

What is fly-tipping?
Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of any waste or rubbish (greater than a single sack) anywhere other than at a licenced tip.

Why is fly-tipping a problem?
Fly-tipping is dangerous and potentially harmful, while also spoiling our environment, attracting arson and further fly-tipping. As council tax payers, cleaning it up costs us all money.

Do Shropshire Council remove all fly-tipping? I have noticed some fly-tipping - how can I get it removed?
Click on the "Report fly-tipping" button on this page, or phone 0345 678 9006, with a description of the waste, and a good description of the location (using permanent landmarks/property addresses).

I have witnessed someone fly-tipping waste - what can I do?
Click on the "Report fly-tipping" button on the Shropshire Council web page or phone 0345 678 9006. They will require dates, times and locations, a description of the person dumping waste, their vehicle (registration number, colour, make, model), and whether the person was approached. With sufficient information, they can write the person a warning letter, or bring them in for questioning under caution. They can investigate all fly-tipping on both public and private land, with the landowner's consent.


Photograph it - Report it - Stop it!

12th March 2018

Penny Brasenell has taken over the posiiton of Clerk to Ryton and Grindle Parish Council. 


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