Local band Flats and Sharps which includes Perranuthnoes Kirk Bowman (banjo player) have landed themselves a very prestigious booking. They are to play for Rugby Ralph Lauren at the opening of their first European store in Covent Garden in London.
For more information visit their media page http://flatsandsharpsmedia.wordpress.com/2011/08/29/rugy-ralph-lauren-book-flats-and-sharps/
They are playing at the Trevelyan Arms, Goldsithney tonight if you want to catch them before they get too famous!!!!!
Well done boys, very proud of you all.
Monday, 29 August 2011
Saturday, 6 August 2011
Due to the following complaint please take note of the information below;
"Its time that the residents of the village started to name and shame dog owners that do not clear up after their dogs. I am appalled at the amount of dog mess there is around the village and the coastal path it is even in private driveways and parking areas.I am writing this as a dog owner. Why should the minority spoil it for everybody."
Information for Dog Owners Visitors and Locals
Cornwall Council operates a zero tolerance policy towards dog fouling. Following standardisation of control orders across Cornwall - from the 16th July 2010 it is an offence not to clean up after your dog (and properly dispose of faeces) on all land to which the public are entitled access by way of payment or not.
All of the publicly accessed land in Cornwall is therefore designated and includes beaches, footpaths, roads, playing fields, verges and certain private land.
- The fixed penalty notice fee for failing to remove dog faeces is £80.00 (£50.00 if paid within 10 days).
- Prosecution may result in fines of up to £1000.00
Under the Act no offence is committed if:
- The person in charge of the dog is registered blind.
- The landowner, on whose land the fouling has taken place, has given consent for the faeces to be left on the ground.
If you would like to report dog fouling - Cornwall Council will investigate all complaints that are received - although the level of service that they can provide will obviously vary depending upon the quality of information that is provided. For example they would be in a better position to take action should you be able to provide a full description of what happened (including date, time, location, what you witnessed, description of the dog/owner and as much information as possible about the incident - also any information regarding the offender - which could include name/address (if known), vehicle registration number or any other identifying feature.
It is only with people getting involved and reporting problems in their neighbourhood that they will be able to solve more problems and take more enforcement action on issues such as dog fouling.
If you would like any more information or wish to report a problem, please either e-mail email@example.com or telephone to talk to your local Dog Welfare and Enforcement Officer on 0300 1234 212.
Cornwall Council Dog Fouling
Cornwall Council Dog Control