Residents fume at ‘eyesore’ in native sq. and examine it to ‘Teletubby land’ | UK | News | EUROtoday

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Locals in Worcestershire have slammed their city centre’s new synthetic grass squares and in contrast the brand new design to the kids’s TV present Teletubbies.

The sq. in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, which has a collection of concrete blocks coated in strips of synthetic garden has been referred to as a “waste of money” and “depressing” to take a look at.

On Twitter, now often called X, one man who claims he’s “new to the area”, posted a picture of the faux grass already falling off the constructions, with the accompanying remark: “Some genius in Bromsgrove District Council had the bright idea to cover the “city hub” in this c***. Well done.”

A consumer commented on the unfavourable publish claiming: “It’s evil Teletubbyland with sharp corners.”

The council’s web site states: “BirdBox is Bromsgrove’s space for live events, pop-up dining, arts and crafts demonstrations, wellbeing activities and, well, whatever you want it to be! In between events it’s there to be enjoyed by everyone.”

The neighborhood house was initially meant for meals and drinks stalls however stays empty.

David Woliter, 58, informed Mail Online: “The only use I see is kids climbing over it. Kids play football against it but it’s an eyesore in my opinion and it has cost the council quite a lot of money.”

Whereas one other resident claimed it was under-used. Amy Taylor, 27, stated: ‘It is form of a non-thing. They did loads at Christmas, having meals stalls and the lights, however now it feels a bit lifeless.

Not all locals agreed the factitious garden sq. was an “eye-saw”, Val Rogers, 71, a retired trainer, stated: “I think it’s very pleasant. It is nice to see it and the kids like to play on it.”

Insurance employee Claire White, 34, stated: “My little girl likes it. She immediately wanted to try and climb the steps. It’s green, it looks really nice and it is certainly better than a lot of concrete.”

Whereas resident Luke argued: “I’m a hater of fake grass but it’s only temporary as an event space. Top soil costs a lot and this made it functional before the levelling up projects takes the space. Worked well for outdoor space during COVID but should be better maintained.”

Bromsgrove is a conventional market city positioned in north Worcestershire surrounded by rolling countryside hills, and near National Trust magnificence spot Clent Hills.

Events all year long happen within the city’s parks and open areas together with the city centre with its conventional, lengthy excessive avenue. has approached Bromsgrove District Council for remark.