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SUNDAY SIDE SEEKS NEW MANAGER Evergreen FC has announced it will have a new Sunday team next season and are on the look out for a manager and volunteers to run the side. One of its founding members, Rhys Barker, said: “We are bunch of mates of different abilities wanting to play together and Evergreen has offered to help set up the team. We played our first game the other week beating West Watford Conservative reserves 3-2. We just need a manager to help keep us organised. Ideally we need someone with experience but most importantly someone who enjoys football.. Any other volunteers such as secretaries and treasurers for the teams would be welcome but mainly a manager. If interested contact Ron Smith at ron.smith@btinernet.com


PUB QUIZ NIGHT A fundraising Quiz Nite is being held at the Unicorn Pub in Gallows Hill on Wednesday 18 May from 7.30pm. Yvonne Petagine and Jackie Kimpton are taking on the Himalayan Hospice Challenge in October to raise money for the Peace Hospice and Hospice of St Francis. Teams are a maximum of six and tickets cost £8 per person, which will include a hot meal. Tickets should be bought in advance from Jan Cunnington on 07843 564 185.


DOGS UNDER ORDERS FOR WORRYING SHEEP A Watford Magistrate has issued control orders on two German Shepherd dogs after they worried sheep in the Bedmond area. The Council had applied for the orders after the dogs and their owners were identified by the owner of the sheep. The announcement was made last month after the Council received the orders which were decided by the Court on 21 March. The Court agreed the dogs were dangerous and not kept under control. The Court awarded the Council a total of £1,090 costs which were ordered to be paid by their respective owners Mr Andrew Aston and Ms Debbie Philbin in seven days. Three Rivers' animal control officer Debbie Sandling said: "To protect farm animals we will take action against any dog which is out of control if owners fail to listen to advice." The action follows previous warnings issued by the Council earlier this year. Farmers are entitled to shoot dogs if they find them worrying their sheep.


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