Bin bags containing loads of rubbish and two front doors have been dumped by the side of a road in a village near Ipswich. 

The fly-tipped rubbish has been left by the side of Paper Mill Lane in Bramford.

It has been spotted by several residents who have complained about the mess. 

Kelvin Dakin said: "This has been a favourite site for fly-tipping for years but usually on a smaller scale.

"The condition of the site behind the fence is much worse though which I am sure encourages fly-tipping."

Mid Suffolk District Council has been approached for a comment. 

It comes after loads of bin bags were left dumped by the side of the road between Sudbury and Halstead over the weekend.

What do you do if you see fly-tipping? 

There is guidance on what you should and should not do if you discover fly-tipped waste.

The law says, those who drop litter - including from a vehicle - can be issued an 'on the spot' Fixed Penalty Notice of £80. You could also be prosecuted in court and fined up to £2,500.

Dumping waste, or fly-tipping, on any land that has no environmental permit or letting others do so on your behalf, is a criminal offence that can carry large fines or prison sentences.

Members of the public that come across fly-tipping should make a note of the date and time they saw the tipping, its location and take photographic evidence if it is safe to do so to send to their local council.

If you see fly-tipping happening make a note of how many people are involved and a description of what they look like, any vehicles involved, and what has been dumped.

If an incident is in progress, members of the public are asked to call 999 to report it.

Members of the public should not touch the waste or disturb the site as there may be evidence that could lead to prosecution.

Councils have online forms to report fly-tipping which can be found on their websites.