Cheshire news Calves pictured eating crisp packets as litter louts leave mess MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Devastating impact of littering shown in these heartbreaking pictures

Cheshire news Calves pictured eating crisp packets as litter louts leave mess MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Devastating impact of littering shown in these heartbreaking pictures

Cheshire news  Calves pictured eating crisp packets as litter louts leave mess MetiNews.Com
02 August 2020 - 10:24

Breaking News ! Calves have been pictured trying to eat empty crisp packets left behind by litter louts. The shocking images were taken by a group of friends who spotted the mess at a popular beauty spot in Cheshire. Litter bugs left an abundance of rubbish at Pickmere Lake Country and Leisure Park on Friday (July 31) which became a hazard to nearby farm animals. The litter that Charlie and his friends picked up at Pickmere Lake. Picture by Charlie Mooney (Image: Charlie Mooney) Charlie Mooney, from Northwich, came across the litter while visiting the park, which is part of the 300 acre Mere View Estate, with his friends. He said: "It's disgusting and disappointing to see three month old calves starting to choke because kids, teenagers and family's can't be bothered to clean up after themselves. Read More Related Articles This how people in Cheshire feel about litter where they live "Not only is it inconsiderate for someone else's property but also inconvenience for whoever had to clean your mess up. "This will kill young animals. Has to stop." One of the calves trying to eat a crisp packet. Picture by Charlie Mooney (Image: Charlie Mooney) Charlie and his friends spent the evening clearing the litter from the fields.

. One of the calves heading towards a lolly ice packet. Picture by Charlie Mooney (Image: Charlie Mooney) "If you're going there please don't leave it up to someone else to clean up," added Charlie. "Don't be happy to sit in a field covered in litter even if it wasn't you please help out instead of turning a blind eye." Read More Related Articles Meet the rich business man who turned into mastermind thief targeting celebrity homes in Cheshire Read More Related Articles Popular outdoor pool in Nantwich to reopen to families this summer Cheshire Live recently launched a Don't Trash Our Future campaign to help clean up Cheshire's streets and countryside. CheshireLive - together with the local community and information platform InYourArea.co.uk and our nationwide network of sister newspapers and websites - has teamed up with Clean Up Britain to push for changes we believe will leave no choice but for both irresponsible litter louts and the authorities who have the power to enforce the law but so often don’t to take long-lasting action. Our campaign has two aims: To increase the maximum punishment for littering to a £1,000 fine or 100 hours of supervised community litter picking To make it compulsory for local authorities to enforce the law on littering. Read more about it here.

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