The case of the missing cattle trough (part 2)

As a follow on to the first part of “The case of the missing cattle trough” on Norstead Place, the following questions have been asked via a Freedom of Information;

  1. What was the date this cattle trough was removed?
  2. How long had this cattle trough been in this location prior to be being removed?
  3. What is the reason for removing it?
  4. Where is the trough now?
  5. Will the cattle trough be returned to the position it was taken from?
  6. If the answer to the above question is “no”, then what are the plans for the cattle trough?
  7. Prior to removing this trough, was the Council aware that the Putney Society was considering to raise this trough as a candidate for local listing?

To keep an eye on this to see what answers are produced, click on this sentence.

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