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A pensioner has been ordered to take down flowering hanging baskets from outside his home - for "health and safety reasons". Keen gardener Rodney Cummins, 65, spent 900 pounds filling 37 tubs with violas, pansies and marigolds and pinned them to the end wall. The retired house builder had spent years tidying up the communal garden at the block of flats where he lives in Eastleigh, Hants.<br />
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PICTURED: Rodney Cummins and his wife Lynda Nash who have been told to take down their hanging basket and to remove their vegetable patch by Wessex Housing<br />
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