The children's playground at Norwood Green is STILL covered in human excrement after the latest set of travellers left the site in the early hours of Tuesday (July 26) morning.
Excrement has been left underneath the play equipment since the first group of travellers left the green in Southall on July 10.
The play area was locked overnight on Tuesday night (July 26) and a deep clean is due to take place on Wednesday (July 27).
Residents had previously shut off Osterley Lane in a bid to stop travellers from using the top of the road as a camp after a large amount of rubbish and used toilet paper had gathered on the lane.
Ealing Council had previously put up signs saying the park was shut due to health and safety and had made efforts to close the gates to the playground with red and white tape and blue rope, but these have since vanished.
Children have still been using the playground despite it being full of rubbish, as well as having excrement under the play equipment.
A Ealing Council spokesperson said: "We can confirm that our contractors are cleaning up Norwood Green and the pay area as a matter of urgency.
"The play area is currently closed and should not be used by members of the public."
Meanwhile, the London Fire Brigade were called to a "out of control" blaze at the traveller camp on Ealing Common on Sunday morning, with the cause thought to be a bonfire of rubbish.
A local resident who lives close to Ealing Common told getwestlondon that only around five caravans remain on the common, although it looked like they were getting ready to leave, and that Ealing Council clean up crews had been on the site clearing up rubbish left.