Amazing!! The same often happens on one of the less P.C. estates I stalk.bobt said:Usually as you finish the gralloch the crows are circling like buzzards.
by the time I get back with a spade its all gone.
ahh, now i understand my mistake, as for this metre deep hole i think they used to call it a pit and most estates had one to put the gralloch,legs, head and anything else ,of which they had a secure lid on to stop people and other wildlife falling into ,it was never emptied as the waste just rotted away nowadays i hear that they are pushing for you to use an incinerater but it needs to be registered with defra so they can be inspected regulary and another point is that incineraters registered for deer waste are classed as fallen stock incineraters so can be used for farm stock as well but not for domestic (cats ,dogs, budgies etc etc) but the ashes has to go to a registered tip not on the roses bed, all cost money i'm afraidswampy said:In case there had been a change of thinking. i can't get over the meter deep thing