Ban For Singing In Garden

A gardener has been banned from singing such hits as ‘oh what a beautiful morning’ in his own garden because of killjoy neighbours. Darren Davies singing has caused the wrong kind of sensation with Simon Cowell-like residents in Bomere Heath, Shrops.The tuneful 35-year-old whose favourites hits include ‘Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah’ and ‘Everything’s Going to be All Right’ received a letter from solicitors this week

A gardener has been banned from singing such hits as 'oh what a beautiful morning' in his own garden because of killjoy neighbours. Darren Davies singing has caused the wrong kind of sensation with Simon Cowell-like residents in Bomere Heath, Shrops.The tuneful 35-year-old whose favourites hits include 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah' and 'Everything's Going to be All Right' received a letter from solicitors this week

A gardener has been banned from singing such hits as 'oh what a beautiful morning' in his own garden because of killjoy neighbours. Darren Davies singing has caused the wrong kind of sensation with Simon Cowell-like residents in Bomere Heath, Shrops.The tuneful 35-year-old whose favourites hits include 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah' and 'Everything's Going to be All Right' received a letter from solicitors this week

A gardener has been banned from singing such hits as 'oh what a beautiful morning' in his own garden because of killjoy neighbours. Darren Davies singing has caused the wrong kind of sensation with Simon Cowell-like residents in Bomere Heath, Shrops.The tuneful 35-year-old whose favourites hits include 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah' and 'Everything's Going to be All Right' received a letter from solicitors this week

A gardener has been banned from singing such hits as 'oh what a beautiful morning' in his own garden because of killjoy neighbours. Darren Davies singing has caused the wrong kind of sensation with Simon Cowell-like residents in Bomere Heath, Shrops.The tuneful 35-year-old whose favourites hits include 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah' and 'Everything's Going to be All Right' received a letter from solicitors this week