Littledorrit1 wrote:Thanks, glad you appreciate the blooms. And I like your use of the word "us". If you spot litter in the beds please ignore my signs to not walk on the gardens and pick it off. Litter is magnetic. And, join those of us who give anyone doing anything bad in there an earful. A bit of public shaming normally brings all but the most frightful of people into line.Walked past Pocket Park today, around 4pm and it look rather pretty. Flowers starting to blooms and the first signs of Spring. Let's keep it this way.
ShellDockley wrote:The bark of a dog is hardly anti social, unless it's drinking cheap booze and screaming at the top of its lungs at 4am in the morning.Complaining about anti social behaviour in a park? Funny how when I do that I get told to move!
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ShellDockley wrote:then I fully support your complaint and your polite ask for the culprits to stop their dog from barking. No one should have to put up with that anti social behaviour!It is when it's barking at the top of it's lungs at 5am!
ShellDockley wrote:no need for me to go to the outer Hebrides as I have a home in the Kent countryside to go to when London becomes too tiresome.Or maybe move to the Outer Hebrides, as you suggested, if it continues?!
Oh and I wasn't bitching, just asking for a bit of consideration.
Perronetonian wrote:Not sure why there's a discussion on this Elliott's Row Pocket Park thread talking about dogs barking, when there should be no dogs in the park, let alone barking ones. The council's very large notice on by the gate is clear - No Dogs. I haven't seen a dog in there for a long time (over a year), but when I have I've asked the owner to ensure it's removed.
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