LITTER pickers were in for a surprise after finding condoms and a knife while clearing areas including at a former notorious dogging site.

Around 20 volunteers, known as the Green Team, freed up their Sunday to clear rubbish that has been throw out by either pedestrians or car drivers on the A-road in Burchett's Green, Hurley, and Temple.

According to the organiser, councillor Mandy Brar (Lib Dem: Bisham & Cookham), 11 bags of garbage were collected during the litter pick from the Burchett's Green village up to the A4.

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However, they were in for a few surprises.

Cllr Brar said they found signs of sexual activity at the A4 layby in Temple after discovering condoms on the tarmac, which were disposed of.

The layby near the Temple Golf Club has been used over the years as a meeting point for people to have casual sex at night.

She said: “I organised the litter pick and we did the layby in Temple as well and there has been activity and goings on there.

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“We picked up condoms and stuff like that. There’s so much rubbish there and the layby is in a very bad state with very big potholes.”

Another discovery was a knife found in a bush in Burchett's Green, which volunteers did hand in and reported to the police.

Massive pothole by the A404 layby

Massive pothole by the A404 layby

More crater potholes

More "crater" potholes

In the layby, several potholes – which have been described as “big craters” – were also found completely fill with rainwater.

Cllr Brar said she has reported these to highways for them to be fixed.