Norley Impact Day
14 June 2016On the 10 and 12 May Cheshire West and Chester carried out a mini impact day in the village of Norley. Cheshire West and Chester dog wardens and localities officers spoke to several walkers on the day and challenged them to see if they were carrying dog bags, all were responsible and had bags on them at the time. During the walk about there was no fouling on the pavements to report and the area was very clean however when speaking to residents many did say that they picked up fouling if they see it outside their properties.
The Speed Indicator Device was deployed by the PCSO on Station Road at Delamere on the day. The speed gun was deployed by the Community Safety Warden’s on High Street opposite the park area the following results were reported:
One incident of fly tipping was reported for cleansing on Gallowsclough Lane.
Two Streetscene officers attended Norley Primary School to speak to the children and carry out a presentation about dangerous litter. The whole school was presented to with one pupil saying -" It was interesting and shocking to find out how dangerous litter can be, I will always use a bin'.
The head teacher Mrs Helen Kelly said of the day – “Thank you coming in to deliver this professional and engaging presentation. We are blessed to be in a beautiful village however, we suffer from dangerous litter. By educating the pupils they will pass on the message to adults and hopefully break the habit of dropping/leaving litter behind.”