Stop Suffolk Coastal restricting off lead areas for Dogs
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Suffolk Coastal District Council is consulting on bringing in rules under the public space protection order, which will affect all dog owners
Under its latest proposals, restrictions would be put in force at Shingle Street, near Hollesley, from May to September, and at Landguard Point, Felixstowe, all year round.
Dog owners would have to keep their dogs on leads all-year-round at fenced children's play areas, cemeteries, churchyards, allotments and on pedestrian footways and verges.
They would also have to keep their dogs on leads on sports grounds, fields, greens and pitches when they are in use.
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