Either side of Wells High Street is a rill with running water remiscent of rubbish disposal during Medieval times. We were unsure whether natural springs fed these rills or whether they were a little more contrived.
Round here, the clothes and shoes goto Oxfam. I’d not come across this organisation before, but I liked their explanatory sign.
I used to see this message quite often in the 1980s and 1990s in computer manuals at work. It was a bit of light relief in what was usually quite a tedious read.
But today it’s made me quite cross.
Seaweed with pallet
Catch of the day…
The sign on the left shows the rubbish collection (twice a day on most days), plus the recycling (Fridays) collections for the City of Westminster. London actually comprises of 2 cities- don’t ask!
Let’s assume that the No Loading sign doesn’t apply to the rubbish cart 😉
The sign also requests that rubbish is put out no more than 30 minutes before the collection time. Presumably this is to keep London looking at its most attractive for the longest amount of time – this was taken from the top of a tourist bus after all.
Unlike Wiltshire, the kerbside recycling collection includes cardboard and plastic as well as paper, glass and cans. We can also put clothes out for collection. Why is recycling so different everywhere???
The pillar on the left has an intriguing mark on it – I wonder what W ^ D No. 37 means. War Department?