The Parish Council Invite the Residents of Hirst Courtney, West Bank & Temple Hirst to a
Picnic at the Pitch
Sunday 5th June 2022 12pm to 6pm
To Commemorate the Occasion of
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
· Bring your own picnic, tables and chairs
· Range of traditional activities
· 3pm: Toast to Her Majesty, The Queen.
Please Note: Under 18’s must be accompanied by a responsible adult/parent. No dogs or pets allowed on the cricket field.
Repeated cases of dog fouling on Main Street, between the War Memorial and Back Lane, have been reported to the Parish Council. The Parish Council work in partnership with Selby District Council and have therefore informed them of the issue.
Selby District Council have adopted the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014. Under this it is an offence to fail to clear up the mess made by a dog which is in your charge on any designated land in Selby district. The maximum penalty for this offence is a fine of £1000.
Designated land is all land to which the public have a right of access.
The following are not acceptable excuses:
- Being unaware of the fouling;
- Not being with the dog at the time; or
- Not having any suitable equipment to remove the mess.
This means that Selby District Council have the potential to prosecute owners who let their dogs roam unattended.
The Parish Council are collecting evidence of motorists speeding through Hirst Courtney & West Bank in a bid to resolve this long standing issue.
If you see a speeding vehicle please report the time and date of the incident to the parish council by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org . If possible please include a description of the vehicle(s) and number plate(s).