DOG OWNERS – PLEASE DISPOSE OF POO BAGS RESPONSIBLY
Over the winter months the number of used poo bags being discarded inappropriately (in hedgerows and trees, on verges, and throughout our woodlands) has increased dramatically. A member the Woodlands Group recently removed over 200 from the badgers’ sett in Nine Horse Wood. This is not acceptable. If you are a dog owner, you are responsible for clearing up after your pet and putting the bagged poo into one of the many bins provided. Most of us do this, but there is a small (but very significant) minority who don’t. If you are one of those, your behaviour is giving all dog owners a bad name and is leading to unsightly contamination throughout the village. Thankyou to all those who behave responsibly and who also find this disgusting habit intolerable.
Sevenoaks District Council are encouraging people to fill in a survey about their priorities for local services, residents who complete the survey can enter a prize draw to win £100 in shopping vouchers.
The survey will be open until Wednesday 24 October 2018, this is separate to the Local Plan about housing. The plan will be delivered by the District and County Councils, the health service, the Police, the fire service and housing associations, together with voluntary groups, businesses and faith communities.
The Community Plan survey is now live on the Council’s website at www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/consultations.
T&C’s apply and are printed on the Council’s website.
The Village Association has received it’s delivery of garden sacks from Sevenoaks District Council. Therefore we are now able to sell sacks in their ordinary pack sizes;
- Single Sacks: 60p
- Pack of 12: £7.25
- Pack of 25: £14.50