Village Web Site Forum

maureen green
Sutton in Craven
Saturday, February 18, 2012 11:04
Dog fouling
Further to comments regarding dogs fouling pavements and paths around the village, unfortunately there is still a minority of dog owners who are failing in their responsibility to "pick up" after their pets. Not only is this practice unhygienic for obvious reasons, and unacceptable, it is a total embarrassment to us, the majority of responsible dog owners, please take heed, and "pick it up."
Derek Bowers
Sutton in Craven
Saturday, February 18, 2012 13:15
i dont think you will get through to the dirty people on here.thay wont read this as thay have no interest in the village,or other people.
Derek Bowers
Sutton in Craven
Saturday, February 18, 2012 13:26
dose anyone know the dates and times of the AGMs of hall committee and also the village committee,i think it would be a good idea to publish the accounts on here as i have yet to find anyone that as seen the accounts for many a year.for the village committee.
Paul Wilkinson
Saturday, February 18, 2012 19:17
The "links" page has a link "Sutton Village Hall Registered Charity 1080359 details" which contains details of the accounts.

I'm not sure that the Village Committee is obliged to publish accounts, there's usually an annual Treasurer's Report in the Village News.

John Pickles
Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 05:12
We are up from the flatlands of Cambridgeshire for our semi regular visit to sutton with out two dogs.
We are staying near the Clough and sadly have to echo comments already made here. We cannot believe the amount of dog poo left on the streets. The thing that I really can't get my head around though is the number of full bags of poo left lying around. Dog owners take the trouble to pick up the poo, bag it then leave it on the street for it to be stepped on later. Why?? If you've taken the trouble to pick it up, put it in the bins. There seem to be plenty about and none (that I've seen) are overflowing.

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