It has been announced by Fylde Council that they have taken the concerns of the locals on-board, after last weeks antics on Lytham Green.
From today officers from District Enforcement will be patrolling the borough. It is their job to issue penalty notices of up to £100 to people who are found to be:
- Not picking up their dog’s mess
- Having their dogs in exclusion zones or not on leads when instructed
Yvonne McKean – “It would be good to see them on the beach and on Lytham Green at the end of a busy hot day! This might stop people leaving huge amounts of rubbish behind.”
Gaynor Allen Kealey – “Good luck… you will face some challenging behaviour from people who don’t care. Let’s have faith in the rest of the majority”
Deborah Baxter – “Great news I have 2 little dogs always pick up we have a beautiful town and green wish people would respect it and everyone can enjoy it”
Let’s hope that this new notion by Fylde Council will prohibit gatherings, littering, and mass drug use within our lovely borough. As Tim Armit had pointed out in his messages: we cannot rely on bad weather, there will be sunny days and we cannot expect and accept the breaking of rules and laws.