Louts on the rampage

GARDENS are the beautification of our homes for one and all to admire, not for the minority to destroy.

So my many thanks to the very small minority of delinquent adolescents of Toormina and surrounding districts with their higher education in horticulture which have been used once again to re-arrange other people's gardens after all the hard work and cost they have endured, and as a pensioner having to replace these plants is another cost we can really do without.

What a shame that these talents can only be achieved in a nocturnal capacity. What a waste of talent. I'm certain their parents can be very proud of them; their homes and gardens must be a credit to these young folk, with lovely gardens, shrubs and flowers, and do they know that their children with such talent go around rearranging other people's gardens during the evening for them and at absolutely no cost to them at all.

One can not help but wonder if it's just pure and simple vandalism or alcohol-related which has already been paid for.

To our council's parks and gardens division, thank you for all the beautification of our city, especially the roundabouts.

They are a credit to management and all workers involved.

Hopefully these young folk will grow up, get married, have children and a home of their own, then look back at what they did to other folks' homes in their youth and hang their heads in shame

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