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A K Stiles
Coat

Re: Have you ever put something apparently useless to good use?

We only have one wheelie bin (for garden / compostable waste) so I have to just carefully line it up with the kerb edge. The other rubbish goes in bags next to it, where the cats / foxes / corvids can have their way, assuming the waste collection operatives don't achieve the same thing in their attempts to gather all the street's waste into one big heap for when the lorry arrives.

And then they always leave the wheelie bin at some obscure angle in the middle of the drive... or someone else's drive... or the road...

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