Big bill for Wigan woman who admits to being a serial fly-tipper, dumping waste near neighbours' homes

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A fly-tipping menace who three times dumped her domestic waste near other people's Wigan homes has to pay a near four-figure bill to the courts.

Georgina Lloyd, 32, of Lily Lane, Platt Bridge, appeared before borough magistrates to admit leaving binbags bags full of rubbish in the neighbourhood.

The first offence involved three bags containing a food caddy and children's toys left on a grassed area off Tram Street on or before October 16 2019.

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Much of the waste was in black bin bagsMuch of the waste was in black bin bags
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The second, on Lily Lane, involved five bags containing planks of wood, a parcel shelf from a car, a sofa cushion, a child's booster seat, a bucket, bricks, concrete and a yellow builders rubble bag filled with more black bin bags, around the same date.

And the third involved another five bags of domestic waste dumped this time in a Tram Street alleyway.

On each occasion a waste management licence was not in force.

Lloyd was ordered to pay a fine, court costs and a victim services surcharge of £966.84.