Thu 16 Oct, 2008 02:23 pm
Graffiti wall is vandalised
A BLANK wall built for teenage graffiti artists has been vandalised by an angry resident writing " ”I paid my tax and all I got was this lousy wall”.
The £3,000 6ft high by 30ft long wall was installed so youths could practice their graffiti artwork without using local property.
But ahead of its opening on October 31 the fed-up resident sneaked behind a security fence and daubed a protest about the use of taxpayer’s money.
The wall, in Wadebridge, Cornwall, was funded by Wadebridge Town Council, Wadebridge Town Forum and North Cornwall District Council.
It was built in the town’s Jubilee Park and was the brainchild of Sergeant Robin Moorcroft who has vowed to investigate the graffiti.
Investigating the graffiti on a graffiti wall?