Volunteer Dog Wardens Wanted

Just Regional
Nov 1, 2013 1 min read

Volunteers are needed to sign up to help with a new crackdown on dog fouling in North Norfolk.

North Norfolk District Council has launched a community dog warden scheme after finding dog fouling was a huge concern for residents.

The number of complaints about dog fouling increase as the evenings start to draw in. With plans to relaunch its No Messing anti dog-fouling campaign, the council hopes that both this and the introduction of the dog wardens will reduce dog fouling in public places.

Volunteers will need to be friendly, open and willing to help make a difference. It is a non-confrontational role, and wardens will not have the power to issue fixed penalty notices. Each warden will get full training and will be provided with a high visibility jacket and a pocket notebook.

Sign up online at environment/18836.asp, or call the team for more information on 01263 516085.

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