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Date published: 28th February 2017
North Norfolk District Council is calling on people in Cromer to help identify irresponsible dog owners near a popular local park.
The roads leading to Fearns Field in Suffield Park are repeatedly being contaminated by dog excrement with Council patrollers discovering 15 in one morning last week.
Fearn Field itself, a favourite spot for children to play, is also suffering from dog fouling.
Cllr Angie Fitch-Tillett Cabinet Member for Environment said: “We have patrols all through the day trying to check on dog fouling and trying to identify the owners responsible for this. But we don’t have enough people to cover every foot of the roads and park at every moment of the day and night.
“So we’re calling on the communities of Cromer to help us help them. If you know who’s doing this, please tell us. If you see someone letting their dog foul and not picking up, report it with as much detail about the owner and the dog.
“It’s the few who ruin it for the rest of us, but together we can beat this.”
The roads affected by significant fouling are Station Road, Carrington Road, Park Road and to a lesser extent Northrepps Road. Council officers are patrolling the area and have added path stencils along pavements to remind people they need to bag it and bin it. Dog excrement is also being sprayed different colours so officers can immediately identify new offences.
Report dog poo with as much information about the timing, the identity of the owner, location and dog. If you feel it is safe to take a photograph of the owner and dog, please send that to us at email@example.com
North Norfolk District Council has been running a #NoMessing campaign to raise awareness of dog fouling in North Norfolk.
Last updated: 16th August 2017