It is an offence for a dog owner not to clear up after their dog has fouled on any open public land.
Dog Wardens patrol the District regularly and can issue an on the spot fine of £75 to any person
who fails to clear up after their dog. In certain circumstances they may choose to prosecute the
individual instead, and the Courts can impose a maximum fine of £1000.
Encourage your dog to foul on your property before/after the walk.
Always carry something to clear up after your dog.
Deposit it in a dog waste bin or take it home and put it in your dustbin.
To report an incident to the Team at Wychavon District Council, this will be treated confidentially;
complete the online form at http://www.wychavon.gov.uk/dog-fouling-removal or telephone
We are having a fund-raising evening on Saturday 28th November at the Lenches Club to raise money to have the water connected to the new pavilion. Details below. Battered Soul are a young group who starred at this year’s Frame festival and were a big success. Please come and support us and bring your friends too. Food is available if you want to eat.
Tickets from myself, John, Dave Sheen or any Committee member. We hope to see you on the night. It should be a good evening.
The Lenches Tennis Club presents live on Stage:
Saturday 28th November at the Lenches Club
From 8 pm
Food available if required. Tickets are £7.50
Often found in the Club