Do you know who dumped this rubbish outside Burgh Castle church?

The fly-tipped rubbish outside the church
Picture: Julie Young

The fly-tipped rubbish outside the church Picture: Julie Young - Credit: Archant

A pile of broken up concrete has been fly-tipped in a village church car park.

The fly-tipped rubbish outside the church
Picture: Julie Young

The fly-tipped rubbish outside the church Picture: Julie Young - Credit: Archant

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.

'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.

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