A Salisbury woman has been ordered to pay more than £600 for leaving a plastic flower trough at a school.

Nadine Russell, 30, of The Brambles, was ordered to pay £636.90 at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Tuesday (January 4).

Ms Russell deposited a plastic flower trough on land at Chafyn Grove School, 33 Bourne Avenue, on or before July 16 2020.

She pleaded guilty and was fined £320 for depositing controlled waste without the authority of a current environmental permit.

This was along with a surcharge to fund victim services of £34, and costs of £282.90.

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