The authorities must do something about the explosion of foxes everywhere.

The beautiful fox has become the gardener’s nightmare. Fox families play innocently on our lawns during the day and wreck our gardens during the night.

They eat rhubarb, dig up vegetables, tear shrubs to pieces and ruin the flower beds.

On top of that, rubbish from the bin bags is scattered around our gardens.

To date I have cleared takeaways, bread, potatoes, plastic bags, baby’s nappies, shoes, rags, plastic boxes, bottles, foil and bones. The list is endless.

We can cope with greenfly, blackfly and ants, but foxes, no!

As much as I hate saying this, surely it’s time for a cull.

Mavis Folkard
Wash Road