Dunshelt

What's On In Dunshalt

There's a lot goes on in the village despite its small size. Here are some of the regular and occasional events in the last year:

    Childrens' Christmas Party Film Nights
     
    Seniors' Christmas Lunch Book Club
     
    Seniors' Bus Trip Keep Fit Classes
     
    Village Fete Dancing Classes
     
    Lollipop Race Gym Classes
     
    Family Ceilidh Choir
     
    Author Evenings Coffee Club
     


For full details about all of the above events, please click HERE

Look out for full details of upcoming events in the Village Noticeboard, here on the website Latest News and Upcoming Events sections.

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Would you like to receive Newsletters full of information about everything that's going on in the village? We don't promise them every week or month, as there's sometimes not much happens in Dunshalt, but we will send them whenever there's important news.

Six local residents have now been trained as Community Speedwatch volunteers in an attempt to tackle the growing problem of speeding through the village. The project will commence on 1st April, so please don't get caught speeding in your own village!!

Speedwatch

The Dunshalt in Bloom team were praised for the involvement of village children in the project, via the Painting the Pots event. Looking to build on this the team are organising a Sunflower Competition for all village children. Seeds and pots can be collected from the Village Hall from 10.00 to 12.00 0n 24th March and planting out, in the Playpark, will take place on Sunday 9th June from 10.00am.

Sunflower Competition

We've done it! Well done Dunshalt, and specially members of the Shop Committee. The final grant application to Leader was approved last week, and building work should begin within the next few weeks. Shop open for summer........

Shop Logo

Family friendly and informal event. Childrens activities. Teas, coffees and refreshments. Informal seating. Everyone is invited to share in worship, praise and prayer.

 Church1

Dog fouling is once again becoming a serious problem in the village. The Community Association has recieved numerous complaints of dog mess left on pavements around the village, and in particular in the play park. Whilst so many villagers give of their time to make and keep the village a clean and tidy place it is disappointing that a few irresponsible dog owners who refuse to pick up their dog's mess can do so much to undermine this. It is particularly disconcerting to see frequent fouling in the play park near the play equipment which is used regularly by children of all ages. Bags and bins are readily available in the village, so there is really no excuse for not clearing up.

The Association has invited the Community Dog Warden to attend a future meeting to discuss the issue, but the quickest answer is for anyone witnessing this behaviour to report the dog / owner directly (see details below) or indirectly through any member of the Community Association.

Dog owners have a legal duty to clean up every time their dog fouls in a public place. It is an offence if you do not clean up after your dog and may result in a Fixed Penalty Notice of £80.  

To report dog fouling

Click Report Dog Fouling  and complete the relevant details.

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