HC Deb 17 July 1914 vol 64 c2289W

asked the Secretary of State for War if he is aware that the villages in the neighbourhood of Bulford Camp are made the dumping ground for heaps of camp refuse of every description, which produce an offensive odour, to the discomfort of the inhabitants and to the detriment of their health; and whether the Government will take steps to provide, or cause the local sanitary authority to provide, a refuse destructor for the disposal of such refuse?


Complaints on this matter are at present under the consideration of the Army Council.