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A reader writes about dog poop (it has been passed on to the Curry Rivel News)........
This follows on from a recent posting on Facebook on a similar subject, we include a photo of that posting.....

It pains me to have to write to you, moaning about my fellow dog walkers..

But I feel it has to be highlighted to put an end to the person or persons that thinks it's OK to bag up there dogs poop( which is Correct) and then, on leaving their walk at Peel Barton Lane to Throw the full bag of Dog Poop into the Hedge..hence breaking the law..twice..as the poop even though it's in a bag..is still on the ground and secondly, fly tipping as this bag full of Dog Poop is no different to bag of household waste.. in my opinion..

I counted 20 small black dog poop bags Tossed into the 30 meter hedge, along Peel Barton Lane.

Also black poop bags were found along the hedge behind Chatham place (10 bags worth of Dog poop)..which currently has young cattle grazing, so again, this is a hazard to the young cattle and also to the environment we live in.

Please can you find room in your monthly magazine to highlight this issue and keep our beautiful village free from Dog Poo Bags lining our hedges and lets play our part in cleaning up our environment.

Please find attached poop bags in the hedge.

Yours

Emma Burt

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