Good morning everybody. Has anyone experienced a situation like this? We have a medium-size allotment area in a parish council, with 23 plots. We occasionally experience wasps nests in the surrounding hedgerows et cetera et cetera. We currently have an underground wasps nest actually on one of the plots. The tenant of this plot has two young children that accompany him when he gardens. He is concerned as to the children’s safety, understandably, and as Allotment “rep“, I am concerned for his safety and his children safety as well. I would have thought the simple approach would be to engage a pest control expert to get rid of the nest on an urgent basis. I approach the Clerk, she sees things differently. She doesn’t think it’s an urgent matter, she is in fact questioning that it’s even anything to do with the council, and she is going to approach the Chair . I’m somewhat perplexed by this. Surely we as “landlords” are responsible for the resolution of this situation, and it would be in our own interests to deal with it as soon as possible? I’d be very interested to know how other people feel about this… Many thanks.