Council warning about dog fouling

High Peak Borough Council is warning dog owners to clean up after their animals or risk paying a £100 fine.

The reminder comes as the council bid to keep the High Peak clean and tidy. 

It also includes people who are caught littering - including flyposting and graffitiing - where they will be issued with a £120 fine. 

Anyone who sees someone else dropping litter or not clearing up after their dog can report it by visiting

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