Julie Hallybone
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Anglesey resident's 'disbelief' at sewerage bill

Residents on an Anglesey housing estate have accused a council of "bullying" after threats of legal action unless they pay hundreds of pounds for sewerage services within days.

The bills vary from £500 to £1,300 and some invoices go back several years.

The residents live in former Ministry of Defence (MoD) properties at Bryn Trewan near RAF Valley.

Anglesey Council said bills were sent out annually and anyone affected could contact them to discuss the matter.

One resident Julie Hallybone said that sewerage bills, originally received from the MoD, stopped years ago and they had assumed the cost had been added to the council tax or the water bill.

She told BBC Wales' Sion Tecwyn her reaction was "shock and disbelief" when she received a demand for £522.

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