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Grass cutting at entry hill golf course

Reported in the Overgrown public spaces & parks category anonymously at 12:30, Tue 25 June 2019 using FixMyStreet Pro

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 5 minutes later

I am a member at Entry Hill golf course, and a regular walker at Odd Down playing fields. Can you please tell me why the Entry Hill fairways can not be as pristine as the Odd Down playing fields. The area I refer to at OD playing fields is where I walk and dog walkers walk, not the area where sport is played. It is ALWAYS beautiful, not a weed or long grass anywhere. The fairways ( and I am only talking about the fairways ) at Entry Hill golf course are a mess with areas of long grass all over. Can you please tell me why these fairways can not be maintained to the same standard as OD playing fields. Areas of rough and areas of long grass wouldn’t wouldn’t matter at the playing fields, but it certainly matters on a golf course. Could you please reply with an answer that makes sense to someone who pays council tax to maintain both these areas. Kind regards, Barbara Hale BA22QQ, no. 6

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  • We are looking into this issue. You can check back here for further updates.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted anonymously at 17:03, Mon 18 November 2019

  • Referral to the Grounds Maintenance Team

    Category changed from ‘Play area safety issue’ to ‘Obstructive vegetation’

    Posted anonymously at 17:07, Mon 18 November 2019

  • There will be a consultation soon on Entry Hill Golf Course, please look out for signs letting you know how to get involved to have your say.

    Our maintenance schedules across BathNES are in the process of being updated, this should address some of the inconsistencies you may notice.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 12:37, Thu 21 November 2019

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