As a dog owner of coming up to twenty years I have enjoyed exercising my dog at Heyes Lane fields for much of that time.
In the last few years there has been increasingly frequent fly tipping of mainly houshold or garden rubbish and (just recently removed) builders rubble dumped on the layby on Heyes Lane opposite the field entrance.
Annoying as this is, and the expense incurred by East Cheshire on our behalf, recently offenders have been driving well on to the fields to also dump waste.
This has included houshold waste Inc wheelie bins and possibly catering waste of unknown type.
The pictures show no respect for blockage of the landowners vehicle access, or ingestion by scavenging pet dogs or wildlife.
You may be able to see from the photos, all kinds of waste including the wheelie bins themselves have been dumped near and in watercourses and right by a small pond undoubtedly used by wildlife.
I feel very privileged to be able to use this asset on foot but the landowner may feel that a padlocked gate near the road with hopefully an adjacent stile is now essential.