Following a recently reported case of Livestock worrying in the Derbyshire Dales area the owner and dog have been identified and the dog destroyed. The dog in question killed one sheep and injured 3 others.
We take matters of livestock worrying seriously and understand the financial impact this can have, especially at this time of year. Although we accept it can be difficult to identify the dogs and their owners please still report it to the police, the above proves positive results can be achieved. This will only assist in promoting the issue and hopefully lead to greater awareness amongst dog owners.
Please report any cases of livestock worrying via 101 or alternatively if you have any information relating to livestock worrying or any other rural matters please e-mail DRCT@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk.
Derbyshire Rural Crime Team
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Concerns are growing for missing Derby man
Krzysztof Kubiak of Burton Road in Derby last spoke to his family in January this year.
Since then the 34 year-old has not been in contact and concerns are growing for him.
Anyone that may have seen Mr Kubiak or knows of his whereabouts is asked to contact Derbyshire police quoting incident number 275 of April 12.
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Anyone else seeing flaky BT broadband service? Over the past couple of weeks or so, I’ve seen around 10 or so short periods of zero internet connectivity here at Alsop, but this afternoon topped the lot at around four hours total. BT claim all is well.
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The Carnival & Recreational Committee AGM is taking place tonight at Parwich British Legion. The meeting is due to start at 7.30pm – everyone is welcome.
Don’t forget Wakes this year starts on Saturday 1st July.
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No. 3 April 2017
It’s great to see Big Bill back at the helm at Leatherbritches. Mrs. Monty and I called in to pick up a few plants and found Bill in top form. Our quick stop took an hour and a half (boy can Bill talk, 🙂 ) and we came away loaded with a great selection of plants not to mention some great tips on dealing with slugs and snails. This involved vaseline, garlic and copious amounts of boiling water so probably best not to go into details here!
For this month’s project, plant of the month and garden jobs, Continue Reading »
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