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Nottinghamshire couple upset by uneven grass lengths

by | 12th, June 2013

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LOCAL news special: The Nottingham Post reports:

Couple return from holiday to find grass by their street cut to different lengths

Might unexplained uneven lawns be this summer’s crop circles? Ben Ireland investigates:

A PAIR of bemused Carlton pensioners returned from holiday to find patches of grass on either side of their street cut at completely different lengths. Bill, 65, and Sylvia Fenton, 67, of Shelford Road, Carlton, were baffled when they were told it was because one side of the road, at the junction with County Road, is managed by Notts County Council while the other is looked after by Gedling Borough Council…

“It feels like it’s not on their list of things to do,” said Bill. “We just don’t feel like we’re getting the service we pay for. I drove through Burton Joyce yesterday and all the patches of grass look like billiard tables.”

It;s’ well known fact that aliens hate billiards…



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