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Appeal: Dogs barking at Anglesey kennels would be ‘very disturbing’

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Plans for a kennels business on the Isle of Anglesey have been blocked, after an inspector ruled that the noise of dogs barking would be ‘very irritating and disturbing’, despite the ‘sometimes deafening’ noise from the nearby airfield.

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