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We have given so much coverage to this continuing problem within Tattenhall.

The actions of a few irresponsible and thoughtless individuals continue ...

Today, a Tattenhall resident has written into the Webteam with the following and also included several images that they have taken at the location ... we have taken the liberty of printing just one image since frankly the 'fouling' was awful.

'Please find photos of dog fouling, witnessed on the Millennium Mile Walkway, along the non-tarmac stretch between St Alban's Church and Ravensholme Court, on Sunday 12 August.

The straw was laid to draw walkers' attention to it.

It seems such a shame, that after all the excellent promotional work from Tattenhall Online and The Parish Council, requesting more attention to this problem, that there are still those who allow this to happen.

If the dog was there unattended or the owner did not see the item in question, it is still a case irresponsibility.

It would not be there if the dog was on a lead (I should hope)!.

I wonder if this image will give the culprit a shock, and some notice might be taken'.

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