Graffiti spoiling the zig-zag path between Sion Hill and A4 Hotwells Road
Reported by Steve Tylor at 16:28, Tuesday 28 January 2020
Sent to Bristol City Council 2 minutes later
Graffiti all the way down the zig-zag path between Sion Hill and the A4 Avon Gorge. More and more tacky graffiti (including the word FUK) is appearing down this quiet woodland path on Victorian stone retaining walls and steps. This is a beautiful wooded path winding steeply down the Avon Gorge, used by tourists and visitors to the Avon Gorge Hotel as well as local Bristolians. Its quiet charm is being spoilt by graffiti and litter so that it is beginning to feel rather unsafe and threatening. I have reported this to the BCT graffiti site but there is no opportunity there to include a photo, so here is a nine image montage to illustrate my complaint.
The zig-zag graffiti has not been erased because Bristol Waste who are tasked with graffiti removal cannot access the site with their vehicle. The company's representatives have been very curteous and sympathetic to the problem but say ther is little they can do. Some way of removing graffiti in difficult to access locations needs to be found.
Posted by Steve Tylor at 22:15, Tuesday 25 February 2020
Still open, via questionnaire
Still open, via questionnaire, 14:32, Wednesday 25 March 2020
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