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Thinking that this should be included on the policy for new builds and possibly also as an Action Plan item for fitting into existing drains; particularly around the meads as there are frogs, newts, toads etc including protected species.
I love this idea. I would happily sponsor a drain or two in my street.
What a good idea. Apparently frogs eat slugs as well as flies and other insects, so as a gardener I would like to protect them. I'd rather have a frog than use slug pellets or other pesticides.