Do you know who dumped this rubbish outside Burgh Castle church?
- Credit: Archant
A pile of broken up concrete has been fly-tipped in a village church car park.
The mound of fly-tipped rubbish, which included turf covered slabs, was discovered outside the church at Burgh Castle, near Great Yarmouth, on a land known locally as the triangle, which also leads to Burgh Castle Fort and the parish burial ground.
It was discovered by church goers on Sunday with a spokesman for the group saying they were all disappointed to see someone had fly-tipped on the car park.
The rubbish has blocked a piece of fort land used by farm vehicles.
Julie Young, who took the photographs showing the fly-tipping, said: 'It has obviously come from some work in a garden, and presumably been tipped by the householder, or by the contractors carrying out the work, or removing the waste.
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'It probably came from somewhere close by and must have been taken there in some kind of tipper judging from the way it is heaped.
'It is a piece of land belonging to the church too, which means that they will be the ones who have to foot the bill. The police and environmental department have been advised.'
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It is now believed that the incident probably occurred in broad daylight on Saturday between 4pm and 5.30pm.