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Meeting to discuss banning dogs from Perranporth beach

Perranporth
Concerns have been raised about the unruly nature of some pets

Dog walkers face a possible ban from one of Cornwall's most popular beaches.

Perranzabuloe Parish Council, which is responsible for Perranporth beach, said it had received a number of complaints about dogs.

Concerns have been raised about the unruly nature of some pets and the mess left behind on the beach.

The parish council is holding a public meeting at the memorial hall in Perranporth on 3 June to discuss banning dogs from the beach.



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