FROST Folly continues to be one of the worst places for fly-tipping in Bracknell after more rubbish was dumped there this morning.

Weller's Lane in Warfield is a notorious fly-tipping spot with people illegally dumping their waste earlier this year.

One resident, who has expressed his anger towards fly-tipping in Frost Folly previously, saw more rubbish there today.

Paul Westwell said fly-tipping is a recurring problem near Frost Folly despite the warning signs hanging in the road.

This morning, the road is seen blocked off my bricks and building waste.

The same resident contacted the News after parts of an outbuilding was seen dumped in the beauty spot back in October 2020.

The Public Protection Partnership – which deals with fly-tipping issues in Bracknell Forest said the council are aware of the issue.

A spokesman said: "“This is not one that PPP have been notified over, but I understand Bracknell Forest waste are aware of and will be clearing. We urge residents to always check the validity of any person offering to take their waste and make sure they’re a licensed waste carrier."

"You can check on the Environment Agency website link that they are registered – see link here - "