Saturday, August 30, 2008

Running parallel to the railway line is an unadopted road that has a small verge on the opposite side to the railway that is covered in naturally occurring flowers. These flowers are home to all sorts of wildlife.

The railway staff have started to cut down the flowers "to make it tidy", thus destroying a natural habit for the wildlife.

So now the "municipal garden" scenario has spread from the station to the surrounding lanes. Just what we don't want in rural Somerset.

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