THE PLAYING FIELD, LANCASTER AVENUE, CAPEL-LE-FERNE, CT18 7LX
Recreation Ground/Playing Field, Lancaster Avenue, CT18 7LX
The Parish Council welcome “Village Hall Users” to use the field for games, the play equipment and skate park, though they are reminded that it is a public area, owned by Dover District Council and Leased to Capel-le-Ferne Parish Council.
Therefore, for anything other than normal use of a public park, the Parish Council should be approached for permission for special activities. Use of inflatables on the Playing Field are subject to approval by Councillors and users written agreement to abide by Rules and Regulations issued by Dover District Council.
The Parish Council request that NO Barbecues are used
for Health and Safety reasons.
HELP KEEP OUR VILLAGE LOOKING CLEAN & TIDY.
LITTER PICK, IF YOU ARE OUT AND ABOUT, I.E., WALKING THE DOG OR CHILDREN, IT WOULD BE EXTREMELY HELPFUL IF YOUR COULD TAKE A PLASTIC BAG & OLD PAIR GLOVES AND COLLECT ANY LITTER SEEN AND DISPOSE OF IT IN THE RUBBISH BINS AROUND THE VILLAGE OR TAKE IT HOME FOR YOUR BIN.
The Parish Council are requesting your assistance in the following ways to
MAKE OUR VILLAGE A MORE PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT TO LIVE & VISIT
- If you put up posters for events, or any other purpose (e.g. lost animals etc.) on poles or trees, please could we request you also take them down afterwards!
- Also, could we request that posters are NOT displayed on the “outside” of the Parish Noticeboards, the sellotape residue left is proving difficult to remove and spoiling the perspex surface. This will eventually impair the reading of other posters inside. If this continues, the perspex will require replacing at Parish Council cost, from the Parish Precept received from resident’s Council Tax. The Parish Clerk is more than willing to display organisation’s events inside the noticeboards on request, providing there is space and time available.
- Dog Fouling is an on-going issue in the area and an un-necessary occurrence by inconsiderate dog owners. Please can we request some very inexpensive “plastic bags” are obtained and everyone picks up after their dogs, disposing of it in the numerous waste bins around the village, or take it home! More information or report a problem contact: Dover District Council Environmental Crime, 01304 872289. Customer Services: 01304 872428. Email: [email protected] or Report on-line http://www.dover.gov.uk/Environment/Environmental-Crime/Dog-Fouling.aspx
This would be very much appreciated by us all.
THANK YOU MATT CURTIS (Kent PA Hire)
FOR THE LOAN OF EQUIPMENT, AT PARISH COUNCIL EVENTS.
VERY MUCH APPRECIATED