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Graffitti on bridge support

Reported via mobile in the Graffiti (NH) category anonymously at 07:23, Wednesday 10 January 2024

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5421996.

There is some new 'tagging graffiti' showing the initials 'MA' & '2024' on the bridge support wall which is in the Midgery Wood owned by the Woodland Trust who state that this is your responsibility to remove. It is accessible via the kissing gate entrance on Danvers Way, Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire, at the junction with Middleton Road. It has occurred in recent days and looks particularly unsightly in an area of natural woodland and community accessible paths. It would be appreciated if you could arrange for it to be removed at your earliest convenience should it be deemed to be your responsibility (bridge structure wall over the M6 motorway). Kind regards.

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  • Thank you for contacting National Highways about graffiti.

    We aim to remove or cover offensive graffiti within 24 hours of our inspection. Non-offensive graffiti is dealt with under planned cyclical works and can take much longer.

    We will arrange for our local inspector to look at this on his regular safety inspection of this route and they will arrange a suitable solution.

    Kind regards

    National Highways

    State changed to: Internal referral

    Posted by National Highways at 14:00, Wednesday 10 January 2024

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