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Dog Poo

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 their dogs.
Can we remind you that it is a health hazard not to pick up and there is a mandatory £100 fine.

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. It 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.

Defibrillator training

A further session on CPR and the Defibrillator has been arranged but is now fully booked. If you are interested in going please contact Peter Stoddart on stoddyp@aol.com  to go on the waiting list.

Road Works & Closure

Following the long-awaited repairs to the roads around Newton Village the Highways Department are moving south and the road alongside the river from Bywell to Ovingham will be closed from 20th – 23rd July

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Following the successful implementation by Live Wave Broadband our residents can now enjoy free internet access at the Community Hall. Residents are invited to use the WIFI service with download speeds of up to 20mbps free of charge. Access to the service is password protected. The password and terms of conditions of use are available on the notice board in the hallfoyer 

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