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Dog fouling in the town (again!)

While the vast majority of dog walkers in the town make the effort to clean up after their dogs, it appears the phantom Whitnash dog fouler has struck again on Moorhill Road. Their dog seems to have had a bit of 'trouble', several times, along a 10 yard stretch of the pavement near Landor Road, and no attempt has been made to pick up the mess and dispose of it in the right way.

This is not only inconsiderate, but it is also a hazard. Be aware there can be a fine of £50 for allowing your dog to foul the footpath or the road. If it is not paid then prosecution can follow, and the fine increased by anything up to £1000.

If you witness anyone allowing their dog to foul the footpath, the roads or our parks and other open spaces, and who then does not pick the mess up or dispose of it in the correct way, please report it immediately please contact the Warwick District Council Dog Wardens. You can call 01926 456734, or e-mail Victoria.Timms@warwickdc.gov.uk


Christmas Lights Switch on – this Sunday

Join us this Sunday 4-6pm for the Whitnash Christmas Lights Switch on.

For more information visit our Facebook page or here


Whitnash residents support Neighbourhood Plan in Referendum

Whitnash becomes the first town or parish in Warwick District to have a Neighbourhood Plan.

The Mayor would like to thank everyone who supported the plan. The YES vote was 926 (92.6%) the NO vote was 68( 6.8%)

Neighbourhood Plan



Brunswick Dementia Café

Join the Brunswick Dementia Café on Wednesday 2nd December for their Christmas Crafts from 11am to 1pm or a Christmas Carols and Turkey Roll on Wednesday 16th December at the Brunswick Hub, 98-100 Shrubland Street, Leamington Spa. Phone Hilary on 01926 422123 or email hilarywhite@bhlc.services hilarywhite@bhlc.services for further information.



Why not join the Whitnash Society

The Whitnash Society meets at the New Hall, Whitnash Sports & Social Club on Heathcote Road.

Their next meeting is on 14th September 2015, featuring "Here Come the Girls!", A talk by Ms Sheila Woolf, "Downton Abbey" with a twist.

For more information: Visit their website


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