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Roadworks temporary traffic disruption

Details of the disruption can be viewed here https://roadworks.org?tm=105382985

Please call 0345 600 6400 and quote the reference number for further information.

Should your parish contact details change at any time please email roadclosures@northumberland.gov.uk to ensure that the new information is circulated correctly.


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Northumberland County Council

Parish Council News

BYWELL PARISH COUNCIL have received a number of complaints from residents concerning a few other residents who do not pick up their dog waste when out walking the dogs.

Can we remind you that it is a health hazard to do this and there is a mandatory £100 fine if you do not pick up. Northumberland County Council has a (Dog Control) Public Spaces Order in place under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime & Policing Act 2014. They enacted S.59 of the above Act which has been in place since January 2017. The obligation to pick up applies to any “open to air” land which the public have legal access to and being unaware of the legislation is not considered an excuse for not dealing with the dog waste.

The Parish Council would appreciate it if residents not complying with the legislation take note of it and implement it.

Bywell PC; March 2018


We are told that the road between Stelling Crossroads and Newton Village (via Westside and the back of Mowden Hall School) will be repaired over the next few weeks. We understand that this will not just be filling in pot holes but will include some complete resurfacing, verge repairs, drain clearing etc. This does mean there will be some road closure at times so please be patient .

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