Walking to work this morning Wednesday 15th October; yellow lines and wheelie bins

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I live on the Western slop of the Rhymney Valley overlooking the town of Bargoed. Bargoed was a mining Town up until 1975. Bargoed colliery site is now a Country Park, I walk through the Country Park twice a week to my place of work. I can walk the busy road but i like the peace and quiet the views, the sound of the river.

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The park follows the River Rhymney from bottom of Aberbargoed through the edge of Bargoed, Gilfach and Pengam. When I was a town Councillor i and others helped to plant the trees.

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I do not need New England or Boston i have my own autumn changing trees.

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Leaving the beautiful tranquil park at Gilfach. I now walk on pavements this is what I encountered this morning.

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The one driver said it was okay to park on a pavement because there were no yellow lines. I said “This beggars belief no there are no yellow lines because it is a pavement, see feet on pavement wheels on road wheelie bins in gardens”

Simple it is not rocket science !!!

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