Parks, Play Areas and Public Spaces
All of the play areas maintained by the parish council are covered under the district councils PSPO = Public space protection order.
DOGS are not allowed on the childrens play areas, or sports pitches. Anyone ignoring this order will be fined
Other areas of the village, anyone who does not pick up their dog mess and dispose of it correctly will also be liable to fines. The parish council have covert cameras and will use them to irradicate this current problem. It is a danger to everyones health! Officers can stop anyone with a dog and ask them to prove they have the means (bags) to pick up their dog mess. If they have not got anything, they again will be issued with a fixed penalty notice.
UPDATE - 8th March
Parks will remain open however distancing must be followed, and users must ensure they do not mix with any other households. Equipment is used at your own risk and you should ensure hand sanitiser is used before and after use to prevent any contamination.
The MUGA, Ball Court, Pitches and Skate park are currently closed, but will be reopened on June 21st as per guidance. Users will be trespassing and action taken
Ibstock Parish Council maintain the play areas listed below. They are annually checked by ROSPA for safety, and litter picked on a weekly basis by council staff.
All of our Play areas are covered by the PSPO order which makes them DOG FREE ZONES. Anyone who ignores this, will be liable to a fine.
If you notice a problem on one of the play areas, please contact us immediately and we can resolve it.
The parish council are not currently responsible for the following play areas in the village
Bellway Estate (Bellway contracts)
New Row - East Midlands Housing Contracts