Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has received another tongue-in-cheek 'honour' from environmental campaigners – a blue plaque on public toilets in a Suffolk market town.

The sign is believed to have been placed on the toilets in the Whisstocks area of Woodbridge by Campaign Chorus, a group of activists fighting sewage releases into rivers and waterways.

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On the wall above the plaque is a white sign reading "Therese Coffey Bogs," while the blue plaque itself reads: "Servicing the water industry. Therese Coffey. Sort of a Dr, but not really. Emptying your toilet into our rivers, creeks and Suffolk coastline. Praise Be."

East Anglian Daily Times: Suffolk Coastal MP Therese CoffeySuffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey (Image: Archant)

In March, the EADT reported how a sign with an expletive appeared near Martlesham Creek on the river Deben following a failed bid to secure designated bathing water status for a section of the river at Woodbridge.

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There had also been reports of high levels of pollutants at the site, including the bacteria E.coli, which is commonly found in sewage.

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The sign said the site had been "proudly sponsored by Therese Coffey MP".

In response to the latest blue plaque, Dr Coffey said: “Improving the water quality in our rivers and sea in Suffolk is really important to me.

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"That is why I am pleased about the consistently excellent ratings of the beaches in Felixstowe and why I intervened with Anglian Water to improve their Southwold treatment site, which led to Southwold Denes achieving excellent status and gaining the blue flag.

"As Secretary of State, I have been working flat out to create a new Plan for Water, announced last week, which maps out the government’s action plan for tackling all types of pollution including storm overflows and toughening up enforcement.

"The plan speeds up £1.6bn worth of investment with unlimited penalties for polluters reinvested through a new Water Restoration Fund."