Pip the greyhound was abducted whilst out on a walk.
Residents of Telscombe and East Saltdean have met on Telscombe Tye to demonstrate their opposition to Telscombe Town council imposing a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) on Telscombe Tye.
Details of Telscombe Tye PSPO E-Petition here.
Message from Cllr Christine Robinson (Lab) East Saltdean Ward, Telscombe Town Council regarding proposals to have a Public Space Protection Order on Telscombe Tye.
This PSPO intends to bring in certain limitations upon dog walkers.
I think the primary issue here is that the Town Council have jumped to a solution without better understanding of the problem. It has been made clear to me that the residents have real concerns over the welfare and management of the community flock and as the Town Council are responsible for them residents demand, quite rightly, better transparency and a solution that fits all the community’s use of the Tye.
The doggie swim at the Saltdean Lido is back!
Hi, I am not sure if you can help me find a cat foster parent?
Saltdean father and son help Thai street dogs
Phuket, Thailand, July 31, 2018: Big-hearted David and Daniel Aitchison from Lenham Ave have travelled thousands of kilometres to help dogs – some found with horrific injuries or diseases – that have been rescued from the streets of Thailand, or from the vile Asian dog meat trade.
JoJo is a very young and friendly female who just wants the chance to snuggle up to you at night…
Update: We understand that both dogs are now back home, safe & well - Thank you for all the sharing on social media 30/06/2018
We hope to clarify that this is Mini who is a Jack Russell Terrier who is lost from the Saltdean area. There is a £250 reward for her safe return.
The message we received reads: Tess Elliott to Saltdean Zone
We are still desperate to find mini £250 reward. It is hot and won’t last long without water. Please help. New photos and reward. 07930678373. I have told my five year old she is at the vets.....
There was another Jack Russell missing who has now returned home, the message to us reads.
Tess Elliott to Saltdean Zone:
Our grand old lady is back. She came into the dog flap at 3 am. We are the most relieved family in England. Thank you so much to all those who searched and shared and supported. She found her way home. Money (£100 reward offered) will be donated to RSPCA.