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Please Park Responsibly in Cheam Park

sign2A reminder to visitors driving by vehicles to Cheam Park, parking on the grass or the flower beds is contrary to a bylaw and infringement may invoke a penalty fine of up to £500.

If you can’t find a space in the normal car park, please find somewhere else or park in the Nonsuch Car Park off the London Road and walk through.

So please don’t assume that these cute notices are a softening of our resolve – vehicles parked on the grass may be photographed and details passed to the authorities for action.

Original story

New life in Cheam Park exposed as potential pest

After further investigation, we can now bring you further news on the new life form discovered in Cheam Park.  After careful investigation experts have agreed that this is a hybrid of the equum et plaustrum family and is in fact quite an old and established pest that has managed to evolve through the years.

Local environmentalists have been advised that in fact this latest manifestation is as bigger pest as it was in years gone by,  Experts have named this pest hominum inconsiderate.

We publish below the first pictures of this pest in all its glory and show the level of damage that can be visted on parkland if this is left unchecked.  We have, however deliberately obscured any distinguishing marks and references in order that the pest is not trailed further in the park.

However, the local experts and authorities will have access to the locations of these pests and will do their best to control future outbursts.

The grass is not for parking on

park noticeContrary to the views of some motorists using Cheam Park, the grass verges and flower beds are NOT FOR PARKING OR DRIVING ON.

Drivers are advised that such activity is a bylaw offence with a penalty up to £500.  If you can’t find a space in the normal car park, please find somewhere else or park in the Nonsuch Car Park off the London Road and walk through.

If your car is parked inappropriately, do not be surprised if a photograph is taken and details passed to the relevant authorities for action.

 

 

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