Since Monday 8 April, approx. 1.2 tonnes of waste was removed from Peterhead gutters as part of Rediscover Peterhead’s clean-up project.
'The scheme includes removal of green-growth and gutter repair work as well as the removal of eggs and nests from town centre roofs in an effort to tackle the town’s gull nuisance problems.
Among the items found in the gutters by contractor GutterZ were a half bottle of brandy, two tennis balls, six sections of old window frame and a household mop.
They also found an empty litre bottle of sparkling wine, several soft drinks cans, a toy arrow and six marbles.
The company also recovered 35 slipped slates but handed them back to property owners to be used for future roof repairs.'
To read the full story of these works, as a part of the BID Clean-up Peterhead project visit: https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/north-east/peterhead/1728626/mop-dismantled-window-frame-and-an-arrow-among-items-found-in-peterheads-gutters/