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Losing it in the garden was also stressful

Losing it in the garden was also stressful.

“After the first few hours, the stress was immense,” says the 40-year-old who has been gardening in Wigan since 2001.

“Not only is it hard to get the water running properly now (as) I’m having to walk the footpath to collect the water, I am also having to wait a day to do the drain.”

Image copyright Wigan City Council Image caption The garden in Wigan has been in the public domain for 18 years and is still being used by people as a toilet and pottery production site

Wigan City Council are still attem우리카지노pting to resolve a “land-use dispute” over the garden, but have been told to find a suitable solution.

The council say they still need to collect water from the garden, which is located right in the centre of the city.

And they’re currently appealing for gardeners to donate their waste to the city’s landfill – it would be the first time a city has turned its unused site into a perm카지노 사이트anent refuse bin.

Image copyright Wigan City Council Image caption The council also need to find an alternative way of collecting waste in the city

Last year, the city lost out on hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of free rubbish that was buried in the garden.

But the council say it’s not just the cost that has slowed up its garden – the number of customers has declined as they’ve stopped going to the garden altogether.

“We had two hundred customers visit the garden during the summer, but the number dropped to 80 last autumn, down to 52 this summer,” explains 카지노 사이트City Manager, Mark Hall.

“They also didn’t come when the garden was full, so there weren’t enough empty-nappers here, but that is expected to change as more residents come here – there’s more empty-nappers than before.”

Image copyright Wigan City Council Image caption The garden is in constant use by people in Wigan as a public toilet and pottery production site