Today I got nearly 30 kilos of junk mail from a local resident here in Norwich. The building she lives in is divided up into ten flats and has one front door. Most leafleters simply push ten pieces of junk mail through the letter box, apparently in the expectation that the residents will eagerly collect their own bit of junk. They don't, of course, and as a result the hallway of the beautiful building had turned into a complete dump.
Some of the junk mail will go back to where it came from, but most of it will be used to decorate my stall on the Green Day at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital on Tuesday 3 June 2008.
All the junk mail on the photos is unaddressed stuff; a bin bag with addressed junk mail is to arrive at the Stop Junk Mail head quarters tomorrow… The house the junk mail was collected from now has a 'No/No' sticker on the letter box and I've given the residents a card to opt out of unaddressed items delivered by Royal Mail - as per usual, the postman turned out to be the worst junk mailer!