Animal wardens have been ‘shocked’ by the amount of dog faeces found on a pathway in Newbury.

The Public Protection Partnership (PPP) is appealing for information on culprits who are repeatedly letting their dog foul on the path joining Mill Lane, Windsor Court and Carpenters Close.

Wardens will regularly patrol the area, the PPP said.

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“Leaving dog mess is unacceptable, unpleasant and is dangerous,” read a statement by the PPP.

“We appreciate that most dog owners are responsible individuals, but unfortunately there are still some people who think they shouldn’t have to clean up after their dog, and they have no consideration for their neighbours and neighbourhood.”

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“Our animal wardens visited the site today to highlight spray all the fouling, they were shocked at the volume of dog mess in a relatively small area. They will be along on a regular basis to monitor and patrol the area.”

Anyone with information which could help the PPP identify the individual(s) responsible can contact 01635 519171 or email