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Cheshire East Council chiefs seek stronger powers to tackle dog fouling

Cheshire East Council chiefs seek stronger powers to tackle dog fouling

Council chiefs are seeking stronger powers to tackle dog fouling which plagues the streets and open spaces of Nantwich and Crewe.

Cheshire East Council wants to impose a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) on all its public spaces.

September 12, 2017 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich head hits out at ‘punitive’ fines for parents amid High Court ruling

Nantwich head hits out at ‘punitive’ fines for parents amid High Court ruling

A Nantwich headteacher has hit out at the use of “punitive” fines for parents who take their children out of school for holidays.

Mary Hennessy Jones, head at Pear Tree Primary in Stapeley, spoke after a High Court ruling backed Isle of Wight parent Jon Platt for refusing to pay a £120 fine after he took his daughter out last year.

Cheshire Police admits blunder over 1,600 “wrong” parking tickets

Cheshire Police admits blunder over 1,600 “wrong” parking tickets

Cheshire Police issued 1,600 parking fines when it didn’t have the power to do so, it has emerged.

The errant Fixed Penalty Notices were issued by PCSOs who did not have authority in their contracts to impose them.

March 10, 2016 0 comments Crime, Human Interest, News
Cheshire East Council “rubbished” over litter and dog fouling fines

Cheshire East Council “rubbished” over litter and dog fouling fines

New figures show Cheshire East Council wardens dished out just 25 fines for littering across the whole borough in 2013-14. And there were just NINE fixed penalty notices for dog fouling in the region for the same period.

Nantwich Litter Group issues dog mess appeal to pet owners

Nantwich Litter Group issues dog mess appeal to pet owners

Nantwich Litter Group volunteers are appealing to the town’s dog walkers to clean up their mess. Members of the group say dog poo is still a problem on streets, parks and open spaces.

April 9, 2013 1 comment Environment, Latest
South Cheshire College library launches fine-free book amnesty

South Cheshire College library launches fine-free book amnesty

Former college students from Nantwich are being given the chance to return borrowed books in a fine-free month campaign. The library at South Cheshire College is waiving all fines on any items which are returned late until February half term.

January 12, 2012 0 comments Latest, News, Schools & Colleges