to the Editor.
of horses in Churchtown Southport
know, or should know the diseases dog dirt causes.
Blindness for one, and children are more susceptible,
as well as being tread into the home etc.
How can anyone compare dog dirt to horse manure?
Horses eat grass, and the droppings are used for the
garden to fertilise plants, roses and rhubarb etc.
If the horse happens to do this as it is being
exercised, and rode along the road, a shower of rain and it is
washed away, after all it is organic grass.
Dog dirt remains unless picked up by owner, which are
few and far between. So
people give horse riders a fair deal, this applies also to the
police horses, which also get a lot of flack.
So please educate yourselves on this subject, if these
people who complain about the horses went down to New Market
where the Queens horses are, they would be laughed at.
So I hope one day you will see sense, but I doubt it.
this refers to an incident that happened in Longacre
Churchtown in June.
Name and address
a plea for help from one of our readers.
A Mr John
Hastings would like to get hold of the Audio cassette Hold
your Plums volume 3.
he is willing to pay a good price if the tape is in
good condition and has the original cover. If you think you can help him contact him at the following
45 Moss Bay Rd
CA 14 3XG
you on behalf of John.
you have a letter or article you would like us to put up our
Reporter, PCBT Photography, 4A Post Office Ave, Southport PR9
I am writing to invite you
to the next Police and community forum for Sefton (central
Southport) which will be held on Tuesday 16th July
2002 at Mornington Road Resource and Day Centre, Mornigton
Road, Southport, PR9 0TS, at 7.30pm.
Police and community forums
give members of the public a chance to meet police officers
from various departments, including their local constables,
and an opportunity to discuss policing issues.
You may also wish to make some suggestions about the
quality of policing in your area.
Don’t forget, it’s your
police service, come along and air your view.
subject:- tackling town centre violence.
Birkdale’s Orpheus Society
presents Barry Manilow’s Exciting Copacobana.
It features the Grammy award winning song “Her name
was Lola…..” , spectacular sets, dazzling costumes, and
It will be shown at the
Southport Arts Centre between the dates of 2nd
November and the 9th of November, at 7.30pm each
night, with a 2pm Saturday Matinee (9th November).
Below are the ticket prices
and the dates:
Saturday Matinee, 9th
Saturday evening, 9th