Raw sewage is flowing through a High Wycombe woodland beauty spot once again. 

Keep Hill Wood - a popular spot for walkers near The Rye - has been blighted by a sewage leak for at least the fourth time in less than a year. 

Pictures taken on Saturday afternoon show the waste has made its way down the footpath from a man hole cover in the ground. 

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The walker who sent the pictures to the Bucks Free Press said sewage leaks seem to happen "every couple of months" in the same woodland. 

The last time sewage leaked into the woodland was in February, when housing developer Taylor Wimpey apologised for the issue. 

Before that, in June 2019, Thames Water blamed a 'fatberg' - a solid congealed mass made up of things like wet wipes and cooking fat - for blocking a drain and causing a sewage leak. 

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Thames Water has shared with the Bucks Free Press the reason for the leak - a blockage in the sewer of mainly wet wipes. 

Keep Hill Wood boasts an array of wildlife, including at least two badger setts, Chiltern speciality, the nationally scarce coral-root bittercress, wild carrot, oyster fungi, deer and wild parsnip and is popular with walkers.