WW2 shells left at a council waste tip in Lincolnshire have been destroyed
A number of World War Two artillery shells were discovered by council workers at a waste site in Boston, Lincolnshire.
The shells were destroyed in a controlled explosion.
Lincolnshire County Council has warned the public not to dump dangerous items after reports of bullets and shotgun cartridges being found at other sites.
16 May 2017
- From the section Lincolnshire