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Willaston councillors launch “No to Dog Fouling” campaign

Willaston councillors launch “No to Dog Fouling” campaign

An anti-dog fouling campaign has been launched by Willaston councillors after angry residents said “enough is enough”.

The parish council agreed in March to pull together a campaign after realising the issue was such a bone of contention among villagers.

April 29, 2021
Nantwich public information video aims targets dog fouling

Nantwich public information video aims targets dog fouling

A Nantwich pupil teamed up with The Cat radio and a production company to create a fun video – aimed at targeting dog fouling in the town!

Pear Tree Primary youngster Lacey Marsh, 10, provided the voice for the video “My Dog Needs The Loo!”

January 21, 2021
Powers to target dog fouling extended, says Cheshire East Council

Powers to target dog fouling extended, says Cheshire East Council

Cheshire East Council is extending its controls on dog fouling, criminal activity and anti-social behaviour for a further three years.

The authority’s cabinet has voted to renew a series of public space protection orders (PSPOs).

October 9, 2020
Dog walker launches Nantwich project to tackle fouling

Dog walker launches Nantwich project to tackle fouling

A woman who runs a dog walking business has launched a new project to tackle the scourge of dog fouling in Nantwich.

Emma Caskie, who runs HoundClub Pet Services, hopes her community project will ease the dog mess problems in the town as well as encourage people to shop in dog friendly shops in the town.

August 24, 2020
Public consulted over Cheshire East “special powers” on tackling dog fouling

Public consulted over Cheshire East “special powers” on tackling dog fouling

Residents in Cheshire East are being asked if they want “special powers” extending to tackle anti-social behaviour such as dog fouling.

Cheshire East Council is consulting over whether special orders protecting communities should be extended for a further three years, including the control of dogs and dog fouling.

July 6, 2020
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
New fly-tipping squad to tackle Crewe and Nantwich litter louts

New fly-tipping squad to tackle Crewe and Nantwich litter louts

A new team of officers recruited to tackle fly-tippers across Crewe and Nantwich, have issued 232 fixed penalty notices.

The private contractors, who started last week, aim to reduce fly-tipping, littering and dog fouling in the borough over the next 12 months.

October 10, 2016
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.

May 16, 2014
Wardens target messy dog owners in Willaston and Rope

Wardens target messy dog owners in Willaston and Rope

Dog wardens are targeting irresponsible pet owners who don’t cleam up in the Nantwich villages of Willaston and Rope. Councillors and villagers have welcomed the crackdown which involves stencilling dog mess and wardens in plain clothes watching owners.

May 26, 2012
Wardens launch dog mess crackdown in Willaston, Nantwich

Wardens launch dog mess crackdown in Willaston, Nantwich

Council wardens have launched a crackdown on dog owners in a Nantwich village who fail to clean up after their pets. They are targeting Willaston after a series of complaints from residents about dog fouling on the streets and playing fields.

April 16, 2012
Cheshire East workers team up to crackdown on Stapeley dog mess

Cheshire East workers team up to crackdown on Stapeley dog mess

Cheshire East Council has vowed to join in an ‘impact day’ to crackdown on dog fouling on a Nantwich estate. The January 27 event takes place on the Cronkinson development in Stapeley after parish councillors highlighted the problem of dog mess on streets, footpaths and green play areas.

January 20, 2012
Stapeley councillor blasts “terrible” dog mess on Cronkinson estate

Stapeley councillor blasts “terrible” dog mess on Cronkinson estate

Councillors hope a “dog stencilling” scheme in Stapeley will shame pet owners into cleaning up dog mess on their estate. Dozens of residents on the Cronkinson development in Nantwich have complained at the amount of dog mess on streets, walkways, and green areas where youngsters play.

January 13, 2012