ME and my partner, David White, would like to thank my parents,ŠNick andŠSue de Brabander, and our friends: Karl Voice, Jen Benyon, Lucy Cullimore, David Gagin, and Lewys Jones for helping us in our house move.
I unfortunately had to work that day and when I came home to my new flat, I was overwhelmed by what everyone had achieved. For them to take an entire day out of their own personal time to see me and David settled, is humbling.
Robyn de Brabander
IN response to John Walker's letter, my nine-year old son has played for a local under-10s football team for a while now, and I can assure you that the majority of the mess left in not only this, but every park he plays in each week, is not made by young children but mindless dog owners who continually leave dog filth scattered over the playing surface.
Can dog owners make sure the fields are left tidy so that they can be used for their purpose and NOTŠ for dogs to run around uncontrolled and scattering the fields with their foul mess.
ON Friday 23rd September at approx 1.15pm, our adored family cat was viciously attacked and killed by a dog whilst sitting on the doorstep of our house in Bebington.
The dog was of a medium stocky build and was mainly white with some brown markings. It was off the lead and headed towards the Brackenwood estate.
As you can imagine our family was absolutely devastated by this but only five days later we were to experience yet another horrendous incident.
On Wednesday, September 28 at 7.30pm our dog, being walked on the lead, was attacked whilst walking on Stanton Road playing field.
The dog, a large Dogue de Bordeaux, set upon our dog and caused serious injury to his neck and throat. The dog was accompanied by a couple who also had a rottweiler dog.
As you can imagine we are totally devastated by these two horrendous incidents and would urge anyone with any information to contact Bromborough Police with Ref: 1542 (28/9).