A disgruntled High Wycombe resident has highlighted the issue of fly-tipping in the town by taking photos of a selection of fly tipped waste in one embankment.

The images were taken on the embankment between Mendip Way, Malvern Close and the nearby railway line.

Amongst the waste there were mattresses, supermarket trolleys, sofas, plastic waste bins, Christmas trees and suitcases.

Resident Ross Anderson said: “I suggest Wycombe District Council organizes a rubbish collection day providing about three skips and rubbish grabbing equipment with local residents doing the collecting, even if residents do the most fly-tipping.”

A spokesperson from Bucks County Council said: “Any kind of household waste (including mattresses and sofas) can of course be deposited by members of the public for free at the High Heavens household recycling centre which is not far away.

“The best way for members of the public to get incidents of littering and dumping dealt with is via the online tool Fix My Street https://www.fixmystreet.buckscc.gov.uk/

“Using this, people can identify the exact location, and provide details and photos. The district and county council teams can then address the issue appropriately, including investigation of any evidence and clearance.”