Owners urged to act responsibly as dog restrictions on Cornwall beaches end

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restrictions on dogs on beaches in Cornwall are coming to an end. Cornwall Council enforces restrictions that prevent dogs from going on 43 beaches. Failing to pick up after your dog has fouled in a public place is an offence. You could be issued with a £100 fixed penalty notice or fined up to £1,000.
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Owners urged to act responsibly as dog restrictions on Cornwall beaches end

Dog owners are being urged to act responsibly as restrictions on many of our beaches come to an end.

2 months ago·Falmouth, United Kingdom
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Dog owners urged to act responsibly as summer beach restrictions end | bude-today.co.uk

Cornwall Council is reminding dog owners to act responsibly as restrictions on many of our beaches come to an end. During the summer months Cornwall Council enforces restrictions that prevent dogs from going on 43 beaches, which are all part of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO).

2 months ago
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Dog owners urged to act responsibly as summer beach restrictions end | holsworthy-today.co.uk

Cornwall Council is reminding dog owners to act responsibly as restrictions on many of our beaches come to an end. During the summer months Cornwall Council enforces restrictions that prevent dogs from going on 43 beaches, which are all part of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO).

2 months ago·Holsworthy, United Kingdom
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