As the mornings are now bright you get to see some beautiful sights on the walk across the Green and down Uxbridge Road as well for that matter as the Bush starts a new day.
But following the Council's favourite fair being here just months after it last churned up the Green I an other readers warned of the impact it would have on the local rat population. The Council is apparently very happy to take the money it makes from having the fair there but is not so happy to clean up afterwards.
And lo, it came to pass. Here are just a few snapshots of the booming rodent population you can now see every single day scurrying happily across the Green. You will notice that following their limitless supply of half eaten chicken chips and other litter which was left strewn across the Green in vast quantities these rats are quite fat. And presumably very randily making a whole new generation.
How many houses do these offspring of the council infest, or fast food restaurants along the Green? And why does *nothing* ever get done about it? Or is that all part of the glorious new low council tax utopia the signs proclaim that we live in?