Dartmouth Woofstock 2017 ‘health and safety’ concerns
Dartmouth Town Council’s general purposes committee last week asked the town clerk to raise ’health and safety’ concerns with South Ham Council over the proposed Woofstock 2017 dog festival being held on Coronation Park, the Chronicle understands.
The festival already has the support of the three Dartmouth district councillors and many of the town’s businesses have expressed support via social media.
Woofstock organiser Heather Nesbitt said today: ’We need to make clear that Woofstock UK 2017 is going ahead on Saturday, August 5, 2017.
’We got approval from the district council who own the land.
’However, a couple of town councillors continue to put unnecessary objections forward, which are not helpful to promoting the great dog friendly town Dartmouth is.