Defiant dog owners ignore pitches ‘ban’

0 Have your say Signs have been put up banning the public from a popular grassy spot in South Shore for a year – though they can’t be enforced and are being ignored anyway.
The notices were posted on fencing around Fisher’s Field on the corner of Highfield Road and St Annes Road, and claim ‘no access is permitted’ until next May.
But United Utilities, set to re-seed the football pitches torn up for waterwork to be carried out, has since conceded it is powerless to stop pet owners – and admitted just a fraction of the field is actually going to be renovated. Around one-and-a-half pitches out... read more

 
22 June 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 38
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