A MOUNTAIN of discarded roof materials has been dumped along a footpath.

Residents have spoken of their anger and fury at the fly-tipping which has been left in Redlakes Lane.

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Despite the waste being cleared, Ray Pope feels it is a 'big problem' which needs to be addressed in Crowthorne.

He said: "It makes feel sick and it is a big problem that needs to be addressed.

"I have seen them [fly tipping] in Crowthorne when I go to Circle hill on a Tuesday. One completely blocked Circle Hill Road last year."

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The broken bits of wood and materials appears to have been reportedly dumped by builders.

Many people posted their reactions on social media, calling for the fly-tippers to be identified for their actions.

One person said: "Grass up your neighbours folks it will be the only way this gets stopped. This will get worse not better otherwise."

Another said: "This bangs out of order. I run a fully legal clearance firm. This drives me nuts seeing this."

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Flytipping is the illegal dumping of any waste or rubbish on public land or sites which are unauthorised to accept waste.

The Public Protection Partnership based in West Berkshire deals with fly-tipping offences across the borough.

The PPP has been contacted for further comment.