Dog bans at Cranbrook being considered by council bosses

PUBLISHED: 08:00 04 March 2020

Plans to ban dogs from a number of parks across Cranbrook are being considered by council bosses. Picture: Getty Images

Plans to ban dogs from a number of parks across Cranbrook are being considered by council bosses. Picture: Getty Images

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Plans to ban dogs from a number of parks across Cranbrook are being considered by council bosses.

Residents have until Friday, March 20, to share their views of whether dogs should be banned from Ingrams Sports Pitches, phase one of the country park, the Crannaford Allotments Play Area, Cranbrook, Northwood Acres and Cranbrook Southbrook Meadow Play Area.

East Devon District Council is also looking at reducing the dog exclusion area at the St Martin's Play Area and will be correcting the map of the dog
exclusion zone on
phase one of country park.

It comes as part of a consultation which looks to extend a Public Spaces Protection Order that has been in place for three years.

Visit www.eastdevon.gov.uk/community-engagement/public-space-protection-order-consultation for more information or email your views to environmentalhealth@eastdevon.gov.uk.


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