Tag: dog fouling

Dog fouling not being picked up on sports pitches

From Cllr Kim Groves Following all feedback from Hunslet Parkside Academy, Middleton Park Football Club and residents across Belle Isle and Middleton, and Hunslet Club Football. I will be working again with our environment team on next steps for enforcement and education to try and eradicate Dog Fouling not being

New campaign against dog fouling and littering in Belle Isle and Middleton

A community campaign has been organised in Belle Isle and Middleton to reduce the amount of dog fouling and litter left by inconsiderate residents. Councillor Kim Groves (Labour, Middleton Park) launched the new campaign to highlight the dangers and consequences of not picking litter or cleaning up after your pets.

Fix my South Leeds, please!

Did you know you can report problems on your street to Leeds City Council via the Fix My Street website? Lots of south Leeds residents have already been reporting their problems to the site – which is run by MySociety and makes it easy to report, discuss and track local complaints. Issues reported

Why don’t we have doggy bag dispensers in our parks?

Why don’t we have doggy bag dispenses in our parks? I’ve just come back from a holiday in Austria, which has to be a dog lovers country – there’s no end of dogs accompanying their owners everywhere. But however hard I tried I couldn’t find any evidence of these dogs

Free dog microchipping in Cross Flatts Park

Dog owners are invited to bring their pet along to Cross Flatts Park  to take advantage of a special free microchipping offer. Microchipping is recognised as the most effective and secure way of permanently identifying a lost pet. A unique identification number is registered to the animal and the owner’s details

Dogwatch aims to sniff out crime in south Leeds

Cross Flatts Park’s annual dog show will also see the launch of a new police scheme to encourage dog walkers to report criminal or suspicious behaviour in south Leeds. Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team will be at Sunday’s event to launch Dogwatch, which is aimed at encouraging local residents to report