WITH reference to the recent articles in The Gazette referring to the foam and the rebuilding of the sea wall on the road running from Little Bispham to Kingsway, the Cleveleys border.
I should like to point out that this road, I believe, is named after the Prince of Wales eldest son of George V in 1927 when he was in Blackpool to open the Miners Home and therefore as the road sign states, it is called Princes Way and not Princess Way or Princess Promenade.
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I AM seven years old and my brother is three. We live near Stanley Park and our street is full of dog poo.
We are fed up of people letting their dogs poo on the pavement. Sometimes grown ups have to walk in the road when it is dark.
If you have a dog please bring tissues and a bag to clean up after your dog poops.
We do not like stepping in dog poo.