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Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor

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North Lincolnshire Election results for Broughton and Appleby Ward

  • Baker, Jo (Green Party) – 99 votes received
  • Ladlow, Graham (Labour Party) – 412 votes received
  • Lee, Janet (Local Conservatives) – 1,141 votes received
  • Ross, Carol Elizabeth (Local Conservatives – 1,217 votes received
  • Speakman, Mike (The For Britain Movement) – 34 votes received
  • Watson, Amie Alissa (Green Party) – 82 votes received
  • Watson, Lucy (Labour Party) – 450 votes received

Carol Ross and Janet Lee are elected.

Dog fouling – an ongoing problem

The majority of dog owners in Roxby behave responsibly and clean up after their dogs. However, a small minority fail to clean up. This is an offence and North Lincolnshire Council can issue an £80 fixed penalty notice to a dog walker or owner who fails to pick up after their dog has fouled. This can increase to a maximum fine of £1,000 for those who persistently fail to clean up.

Bag it up: Always carry the means to clean up after your dog immediately, and dispose of it in a dog waste bin or a rubbish bin if a dog waste bin is not available. If there isn’t a litter bin, take it home and dispose of it there.

Report dog fouling: We rely on information supplied by the local community to help us to tackle irresponsible dog owners. For more information visit the North Lincolnshire Council website at:
https://www.northlincs.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/environmental-crime/dog-control/dog-fouling/

Biffa Residents Updates

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Community Emergency Plan for the

Parish of ROXBY-CUM-RISBY

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Defibrillator

Roxby-cum-Risby Parish Council in conjunction with North Lincolnshire Council

and the Methodist Church are pleased to tell you that a defibrillator

is now sited on the Chapel wall.

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