Moorside Junior Wardens in Action Again

After the recent walkabout and litter pick in January 2018  (https://halifaxnorthandeast.com/2018/01/12/moorside-junior-wardens-clean-up-brant-avenue/) the wardens decided they wanted to highlight the amount of rubbish and dog faeces left in and around the area. The wardens have all worked really hard on creating and developing posters that will remind people to not litter and raise awareness around  picking  up faeces after their dogs.

We can take action in relation to complaints about dog fouling if you know who the person is who is not cleaning up after their dog has fouled, or you know the approximate time the fouling occurs.

Even if you do not know any of the above, but your area is badly fouled, let CMBC know or our new Community Warden Lee Ackroyd know and he will endeavour to undertake patrols and also clean up the worst affected areas.

You can help us by providing as much of the following information as possible:

  • Accurate location, is there a nearby landmark, lamp column or house number?
  • Frequency and time, how regular and at what time does it occur?
  • Description of the dog, for example a male black labrador puppy.

Address and description of the person walking the dog Or and report via https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/community/clean-streets/request-report/dog-fouling/form.jsp?stage=location or contact Community Warden Lee on 0300 555 0266.

The posters will be erected in and around the Brant Avenue area later this month so look out for the fantastic art work created by the wardens from Moorside Community Primary School.

 

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