Give leaves the brush off this autumn.
That is the message from South Norfolk Council which again wants to know where falling leaves are a nuisance - or worse, a danger.
Kay Mason Billig, the council’s cabinet member for the environment, said: “Wet leaves can be particularly slippery and hazardous to young children and the elderly. Thanks to our residents we already know a few areas we need to target, but if you know of a pavement or road in need of a sweep, let us know.”
Last autumn the council swept up nearly 100 tonnes of fallen leaves as part of its year-round efforts to keep the district tidy. Other special anti-litter drives include the Spring Litter Picks and Clean Sweep.
Parish councils, community groups and residents who know where leaves need clearing should email email@example.com