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Byron Shire
April 23, 2021

Bangalow skate park graffiti disgusting

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Margot Hays, Bangalow.

I would like to leave a message to the person who left the disgusting graffiti all over Bangalow  skate park.

‘I am seriously worried about the ‘mind’ of the graffiti person/persons who left the disgusting message all over the Bangalow skate park where young children like to play with their friends.  There are not many places in Bangalow where children can gather together.

We have a lovely supportive community here in Bangalow, and to see this graffiti all over the skate park really disturbs me.

I, suggest the person or persons responsible go and get some serious emotional help’. Or if you have the guts, turn up with removal paint and clean your mess up.

Thank you.

 

 


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