NEWS FROM WARTON VILLAGE
Friends of The Roods will be having a planting and fundraising morning on Saturday 2nd December 10-12. We will be planting some saplings to form a boundary hedge to help make the park safe and increase the biodiversity. There will be refreshments and a sweet and bottle tombola. We will also be making decorations for a tree at St Oswald's church tree festival. This will be an event for all the family so come on down.
There have been numerous reports of dog fouling on the village streets as well as some public footpaths, in particular, the footpath leading to Senset Well where it has become apparent that the owner of a large dog has repeatedly failed to clean up. Although most dog owners do pick up their pets poop there remain a few who choose not too. Lancaster City Council would remind irresponsible dog owners that under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, it is an offence not to clean up after a dog has defecated on public land. Public land includes all public footpaths. A person may be issued with an £80 fixed penalty fine, if they do not clean up, or alternatively may be prosecuted through the magistrates court, where the maximum fine is £1000.
Come on in to Mabel’s Place at Lancaster Road in Carnforth - your one stop shop for anything pet related. To find out more click 'Local Pet Supply Business' under the left hand Main Menu.
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