Guernsey charity shops target of fly-tippers

  • 20 January 2011
  • From the section Guernsey

Guernsey Police have started an investigation after complaints of fly-tipping outside charity shops in the island.

A number of charities said household rubbish had been dumped outside their premises after they had closed.

Gwen Moore, manager of Les Bourgs Hospice Shop, said it had become an increasing problem and was upsetting for the volunteers.

She said there were 12-14 rubbish bags outside their shop on Monday.

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