Problems with dog waste bins and paths sorted

Poo bin falling off post at Ostend Slope, Walcott. Pictures: Maurice Gray

Poo bin falling off post at Ostend Slope, Walcott. Pictures: Maurice Gray - Credit: Archant

A footpath along the north Norfolk coast now has more waste bins and warning notices to dog-owners to clean up after their pets.

New poo bin at Ostend Slope. Pictures: Maurice Gray

New poo bin at Ostend Slope. Pictures: Maurice Gray - Credit: Archant

It comes after the lack of notices and broken red bins on the footpath between Ostend Slope, Walcott, leading north to Bacton, south of the refinery, and the pathway, was reported to North Norfolk District Council.

The red bins on this stretch of footpath were previously very full and the pathway had been scarred by the Beast from the East.

More people are also now using the path since the multi-million pound sandscaping project on this stretch of the coast.

An old car jack was removed by the council from the path near to Ostend, a badly damaged red bin at the Ostend Slope was replaced and others checked out, as well as some of the notices of warning for dog-owners.

Pathway at Walcott between Ostend and seafront. Pictures: Maurice Gray

Pathway at Walcott between Ostend and seafront. Pictures: Maurice Gray - Credit: Archant

Example of pathway. Pictures: Maurice Gray

Example of pathway. Pictures: Maurice Gray - Credit: Archant


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