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Darwen children lead 'foul play' camapign

CHILDREN from Darwen Vale High School have joined forces with Blackburn with Darwen Council and the police to tackle the issue of dog mess in public places.

The pupils, who are members of the Darwen police cadets, were leading a ‘Foul Play’ campaign that saw seen them design posters to encourage people to be responsible dog owners.

Officers were recruiting people to join the council’s Dog Solutions workshops, which give people advice on how to be the front line in tackling dog mess.

Council leader Coun Kate Hollern said: “This is a brilliant example of the Your Call campaign in action and I am delighted that these young people have decided to take a stand and say enough is enough.

“People are fed up with irresponsible dog owners failing to do their duty and clean up after their pets.

“It is not only disgusting but a health risk as well.”

Darwen Vale deputy head teacher Dave Hallam said: “It is good to see our pupils volunteering to raise public awareness on this issue through community projects.”

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11:59pm Mon 10 Dec 12

Kiwihead says...

Dog mess will be around till the end of mankind. I've lost count of the number of stories about dog mess in the LT. Nothing will change. Nothing will change.
Dog mess will be around till the end of mankind. I've lost count of the number of stories about dog mess in the LT. Nothing will change. Nothing will change. Kiwihead
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