A PARK user has criticised people for littering after plastic bags full of takeaway, cigarette papers and glass bottles are scattered around.

The man from Bracknell, who wishes to remain anonymous, visited Savernake Park for his daily lockdown exercises and felt angry to see so much litter near the park bench.

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He claims that since takeaways have reopened during the coronavirus lockdown, the park is "yet again a tip".

"Unfortunately, this is a common issue in the green spaces Saved only by the council operators that basically clean after them; but this comes at a cost that is not right spread on citizens.

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"Since takeaways have reopened Savernake park is yet again a tip all around. The benches, for example, are now surrounded with plastic bags full of takeaway remains, all over there are cans, glass bottles and cigarette papers. I often think that the right solution would be another meteorite, as we clearly cannot take care of this place but if we think about milder solutions.", he said.

Paper takeaway bags were seen dumped on the grass verges and supermarket bags were spotted dumped underneath the bench.

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