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Order made by the Secretary of State, laid before Parliament under section 1(8) of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985, for approval by resolution of each House of Parliament within twenty-eight days beginning with the day on which the order was made, subject to extension for periods of dissolution, prorogation or adjournment for more than four days.

Statutory Instruments

1989 No. 2269

PUBLIC HEALTH, ENGLAND AND WALES

PUBLIC HEALTH, SCOTLAND

PUBLIC HEALTH, NORTHERN IRELAND

CONTAMINATION OF FOOD

The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Contamination of Feeding Stuff) (Wales) (No. 4) Order 1989

Made

4th December 1989

Laid before Parliament

5th December 1989

Coming into force

5th December 1989

Whereas the Secretary of State is of the opinion, as mentioned in section 1(1)(a) of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985(1), that there has been or may have been an escape of substances of such descriptions and in such quantitites and such circumstances as are likely to create a hazard to human health through human consumption of food;

And whereas the Secretary of State is of the opinion, as mentioned in section 1(1)(b) of the said Act, that in consequence of the said escape of substances food which is or may be in the future in the areas described in the Schedule to the following Order, or which is derived or may be in the future derived from anything in those areas, is, or may be, or may become, unsuitable for human consumption;

Now, therefore, the Secretary of State, in exercise of the powers conferred on him by the said section 1(1) and (2) and section 24(1) and (3) of the said Act, and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:-

Title, commencement and interpretation

1.-(1) This Order may be cited as the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Contamination of Feeding Stuff) (Wales) (No, 4) Order 1989 and shall come into force on 5th December 1989.

(2) In this Order-

(a)"the Act" means the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985,

(b)"designated area" means the farms, holdings and agricultural and other premises described in the Schedule to this Order,

(c)"the Milk Marketing Board" means the Milk Marketing Board for England and Wales established under the Agricultural Marketing Act 1958(2),

(d)"slaughterhouse" has the same meaning as in section 34 of the Slaughterhouses Act 1974(3).

Designated incident

2. In the opinion of the Secretary of State, food in the areas described in the Schedule to this Order is, or may be, or may become unsuitable for human consumption in consequence of the escape of lead into imported animal feeding stuff.

Designated area

3. The areas described in the Schedule to this Order are hereby designated for the purposes of Part I of the Act.

Activities prohibited in the designated area

4. No person shall in the designated area-

(a)slaughter any cattle for human consumption or for use in the preparation of feeding stuff,

(b)prepare or process for supply to purchasers or others any food derived from cattle that were in the designated area on or after 8th November 1989 or anything which is derived from such cattle and from which food could be derived, or

(c)feed to any creature from which food may be derived a feeding stuff which is the subject matter of the incident designated by article 2 of this Order or which is derived from cattle that were in the designated area on or after 8th November 1989.

Restrictions on movement

5. Subject to article 8 of this Order, no person shall move any milk or milk product derived from any cattle or any cattle from which milk may be derived, or any cattle from which meat or any other food for human consumption may be derived, from any farm, holding, agricultural or other premises described in the Schedule to this Order.

Restrictions throughout the United Kingdom

6. No person shall, in the United Kingdom-

(a)subject to article 8 of this Order, slaughter for human consumption or for use in the preparation of feeding stuff any cattle that were in the designated area after the coming into force of this Order,

(b)subject to article 8 of this Order, supply, or, subject to article 8 of this Order, have in possesion for supply, any milk, milk product, meat or other food, derived from cattle that were in the designated area after the coming into force of this Order,

(c)feed to any creature from which food may be derived a feeding stuff which is the subject matter of the incident designated by article 2 of this Order and which was taken from the designated area after the coming into force of this Order, or

(d)supply or have in possession for supply any food or anything from which food could be derived that was prepared or processed in contravention of article 4(b) of this Order.

Application of Order in relation to sheep and goats and certain things derived therefrom

7.-(1) The provisions of articles 4 to 6 of this Order shall have effect as regards the farms, holdings and agricultural and other premises described in Part II of the Schedule to this Order by substituting for the word "cattle" wherever it occurs in those articles the words ", sheep or goats".

(2) Where any farms, holdings or agricultural or other premises are described in both Part I and Part II of the Schedule to this Order, articles 4 to 6 and 7(1) of this Order shall apply in relation to them.

Exceptions to restrictions

8.-(1) Notwithstanding the restrictions in article 5 of this Order, the Milk Marketing Board may move milk from any farm, holding, agricultural or other premises described in the Schedule to this Order, subject to the condition set out in paragraph (2) below.

(2) The condition referred to in paragraph (1) above is that such milk is processed into butter or milk powder.

(3) Notwithstanding the restrictions in articles 6(a) and 7(1) of this Order, a person may slaughter for human consumption or for use in the preparation of feeding stuff any cattle, sheep or goats in respect of which a consent has been given under section 2(1) of the Act to the doing of everything prohibited and restricted by this Order.

(4) Notwithstanding the restrictions in article 6(b) of this Order, there may be supplied to the Milk Marketing Board milk derived from cattle that were in the designated area after the coming into force of this Order.

(5) Notwithstanding the restrictions in articles 6(b) and 7(1) of this Order, but subject to paragraph (6) below, where any milk, milk product, meat or other food derived from cattle, sheep or goats has been lawfully supplied to a person under the Act, that person may supply or have in possession for supply any such food or any food derived therefrom.

(6) Paragraph (5) above shall not apply to an occupier of a slaughterhouse who supplies or has in possession for supply any meat derived from cattle which have been fed or may have been fed a feeding stuff which is the subject matter of the incident designated by article 2 of this Order.

Revocation

9. The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Contamination of Feeding Stuff) (Wales) (No. 3) Order 1989(4) and the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Contamination of Feeding Stuff) (Wales) (No. 3) Amendment Order 1989(5) are revoked.

Peter Walker

Secretary of State for Wales

4th December 1989

Articles 1(2), 2, 3, 5 and 8(1)

SCHEDULETHE DESIGNATED AREA

PART IAPPLICATION OF CONTROLS IN RELATION TO CATTLE AND CERTAIN THINGS DERIVED THERE FROM

class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr12-tc2">Maes Y Delyn Coychurch Bridgend Mid Glamorgan class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr24-tc2">Ty-Newydd Farm Flemingstone St Athan South Glamorgan class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr28-tc2">Blaencrymlin Farm Blackmill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr29-tc2">Bedw Farm Coed Ely Tonyrefail Porth Mid Glamorgan class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr68-tc2">Tydu Farm Llanillterne Cardiff South Glamorgan class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr76-tc2">Pencraig Farm Llanhennock Newport Gwent class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr107-tc2">Duffryn Farm Llwyna Lane Llantrissant Usk Gwent class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr116-tc2">Hendre Denny Uchaf Caerphilly Mid Glamorgan class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr122-tc2">Hafodtrysclawd Farm Argoed Blackwood Gwent class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr139-tc2">Croes Robert Farm Trelleck Monmouth Gwent NP5 4PJ class="LegTDplain" id="tgp1-tbl1-tbd1-tr166-tc2">Red House Farm Goldcliffe Newport Gwent
NameAddress
Messrs H W Neal and PartnersMiddle Newton Farm Newton Road Rumney Cardiff South Glamorgan
Messrs D G Thomas and SonDros y Mor Llantwit Major South Glamorgan
E J Johns & SonsBrocastle Farm Brocastle Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
F StephensonThe Hollies Greave Farm Wenvoe Cardiff
R J AstonTre-neddyn Farm Pontabraham Pontardulais
F E ParkManor House Farm Rogiet Newport Gwent
D R PowellPurlon Farm Llantwit Major South Glamorgan
D R LlewellynTynyrheol Farm Kenfig Hill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
B JonesPlasnewdd Farm Llantwit Major South Glamorgan
T D LlewellynOld Beaupre Farm St Hilary Cowbridge South Glamorgan
W J BassettHighfield Farm Llantwit Major South Glamorgan
P A Evans
A GarfieldTyn Y Waun Farm Llangynwydd Nr Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
G C JenkinsUpper Tremain Farm Merthyr Mawr Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
G E ThomasCroes Cwtta Farm St Brides Major Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
J L ThomasTy-Cribbwr Farm Aberkenfig Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
G H WilliamsGladlys Farm Blackmill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
W H WilliamsDolau Ifan Ddu Farm Blackmill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
D T GriffithsLlanilid Farm Pencoed Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
L D FluckPleasant View Farm Sigginston Cowbridge South Glamorgan
R and A EnglandPwlly Darren Farm Welsh St Donats Cowbridge South Glamorgan
V G RadcliffeCourt Farm St Mary Hill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
D T EdwardsMoat Farm Llysworney South Glamorgan
R D Lewis
D C Lewis and SonThe Crofta Farm Ystradowen Cowbridge South Glamorgan
E T Adams and SonsDarren Farm Cowbridge South Glamorgan
R E BrownNew Beaupre Farm St Hilary Cowbridge South Glamorgan
D T and J John
R Evans
B G and I JeremiahTy Draw Farm St George's Super Ely Cardiff South Glamorgan
H W JenkinsTir Gwaidd Farm Wattstown Porth Mid Glamorgan
W R and G ClementTal-y-Fan Fawr Farm Pontardulais Swansea West Glamorgan
J D DaviesForrest Farm Aberdulais Neath West Glamorgan
D G Thomas, T/A M E and D G ThomasRhos Fawr Farm Salem Morriston Swansea West Glamorgan
D T Williams and SonsDoghill Farm St Nicholas Cardiff South Glamorgan
C H MorganPantynawel Farm Blackmill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
Messrs E H Radcliffe & SonPenmark Place Farm Penmark Barry South Glamorgan
T W JervisFranklin Farm Clemenstone Cowbridge South Glamorgan
R BradshawWallas Farm Wick Road Ewenny Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
William BrosPen-Llwyn-Gwent Farm Blackmill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
T Radcliffe and SonsKenfig House Farm Margam Port Talbot West Glamorgan
E Thorne and SonGyla Farm Tonyrefail Porth Mid Glamorgan
T A StoneGilfaen Farm Felindre Swansea West Glamorgan
R BensonTy Groes Farm Bonvilston Nr Cardiff South Glamorgan
E M RichardsBryn Llefrith Farm Caerau Maesteg Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
G P PhillipsTynycwm Pencoed Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
D TansellTyduffrwyth Forest Road Llanharry Pontyclun Mid Glamorgan
Mrs C E HollyTy-Newydd Groes Faen Pontyclun Mid Glamorgan
C J Cox16 Waun Newydd Heol-Y-Cyw Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
J H RandallAllt-Laes Farm Peterston-S-Ely Cardiff South Glamorgan
I DaviesGelligaled Farm Felinfoel Llanelli Dyfed
I OliverMaendy Farm Ton-Teg Pontypridd Mid Glamorgan
D J DaviesGelly Ceidrim Farm Tycroes Ammanford Dyfed
V J & R HearseCilaudy Farm Coytrahene Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
Welsh Folk MuseumSt Fagans Cardiff South Glamorgan
L GleadonOrchard Dene Welsh St Donats Cowbridge South Glamorgan
D C Jones and SonParcnewydd Farm Nottage Porthcawl Mid Glamorgan
G T & B M JonesMaescadlawr Farm Llangynwydd Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
R ThomasGolaufryn St Mary Hill Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
J BuglerLlanilio Farm Thomastown Tonyrefail Porth Mid Glamorgan
A HammettWest Orchard Farm Higher End St Athan Barry South Glamorgan
R D Goulding & SonPencoed Castle Farm Llanmartin Newport Gwent
R H GriffithsCastle-Y-Bwth Farm Henllys Cwmbran Gwent
D J HusbandThe Ton Farm Langibby Usk Gwent
T J PriceChannel View Redwick Magor Gwent
H T DaviesMachen Fach Farm Lower Machen Newport Gwent
I R and H EdwardsCwndu Farm Maesycwmmer Hengoed Mid Glamorgan
W J C Evans
M and T MooreCem Ifor Farm Caerphilly Mid Glamorgan
M T DiffordTon Teilwr Farm Nelson Treharris Mid Glamorgan
R J RuffHeolddu Farm Gellygroes Pontllanfraith Gwent
W P WatersLower Grange Farm Magor Gwent
J S AnsteyCourt Farm Rogiet Newport Gwent
P Anthony and PartnersTynewydd Farm Blackwood Gwent
H TurnerSpringfield House St Brides Wentlooge Newport Gwent
J and J Evans
M L Howells and SonTy Freeman Farm Gwenhelog Usk Gwent
O P WattsPen Y Waun Farm Bedwas Newport Gwent
T H GibbonGlan-Rhymney Farm Bedwas Caerphilly Mid Glamorgan
F I Dean & SonUpper Carn Farm Llanhennock Caerleon Newport Gwent
D J & J M GoldsworthyWhitney Farm Merthyr Fawr Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
D Lynn ThomasStormy Farm Pyle Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
R S Thomas and SonSutton Newydd Farm Wick Cowbridge South Glamorgan
R F F EnglandPwlly Darren Farm Welsh St Donats Cowbridge South Glamorgan
C T & E MillardGreat Brynhill Farm Barry South Glamorgan
S Jones & SonMaes-Yr-Aul Farm Pendoylan Cowbridge South Glamorgan
D Williams & SonsYnystanglwys Farm Ynystawe Glydach Swansea West Glamorgan
V ThomasTynywaun Farm Hendy Pontardulais
M BrewerRhyd Halog Farm Pontyclun Mid Glamorgan
O Anstay & SonTy Fry Farm Pendoylan Nr Cowbridge South Glamorgan
J Bromwell & SonRheld Farm Llangenny Crickhowell Powys NP8 1ED
W P Jones & SonCourt-Y-Gullen Farm Llandenny Usk Gwent, NP5 1DB
H T Davies & PartnersMachen Farm Lower Machen Newport Gwent, NP1 8UW
O P & K M Williams & PartnersPins Farm Machen Lower Machen Nr Newport Gwent, NP1 8UW
N D Prossor & PartnersSluice House Farm Peterstone Westloog Rumney Cardiff South Glamorgan, CF3 8TN
T W RobertsMalthouse Farm Llanedeyrn Nr Cardiff South Glamorgan, CF3 8YG
J J & A D TurnerChurch Farm St Brides Wentlooge Newport Gwent NP1 9SQ
JR Bowen T/A M G Bowen and SonGreat House Farm Bishton Newport Gwent
B G JamesCourtfield Undy Nr Magor Gwent
A H ColleyGreat House Farm Undy Magor Gwent
A H HarrisPensidan Farm Bassaleg Newport Gwent
E MorganBrooklands Farm Llantarnam Cwmbran Gwent
D and R TriggTynewydd Farm Trelewis Treharris Mid Glamorgan
W J P JenkinsTwyn Gwyn Farm Mammoel Blackwood Gwent
K J RuffallArches Farm Caerwent Newport Gwent
T P DavidFair Orchard St Brides Newport Gwent
V J Lewis
F H WilliamsThe Croft Goytre Pontypool Gwent
H W Evans & SonPentre Farm Llansoy Usk Gwent
J D R & J CorbettIfton Hill Farm Port Skewett Chepstow Gwent
Llanbradach Fawr PartnershipLlanbradach Caerphilly Mid Glamorgan
C AlfordHall Farm Llanddewi Rydderch Abergavenny Gwent
J GriffithsPark House Rhiwderin Newport Gwent
E GriffithsPantyryrfa Farm Henllys Cwmbran Gwent
R H Webster24A Gelli Crescent Risca Newport Gwent
R G Lewis
C D TurnerPantygwreiddyn Farm Hollybush Blackwood Gwent
W M Evans and J M SteadCraig-Yr-Hufan Farm Senghenydd Caerphilly Mid Glamorgan
R E BallardThe Poplars Redwick Magor Newport Gwent
Mrs J A RichardsonPlant Hire Cefn Llogell Fach Coedkernew Newport Gwent
E J Fox35 Penalltra Road Ystrad Mynach Hengoed Mid Glamorgan
R Evans
Islwyn Borough CouncilTechnical and Services Dept Civic Centre Blackwood Road Pontllanfraith Gwent
Mrs G M CollingbourneCollstar Farm Malthouse Lane Llantarnam Cwmbran Gwent
Messrs J & R G MorrisPenheolmeirch Llanbedr Ystradwy Crickhowell Powys
M MathewsColliers Cottage Nelson Treharris Mid Glamorgan
R H F HeepsPentre-Wylan Farm Llantilio Crossenny Abergavenny Gwent
I A & D Watkins and SonGreat House Farm Triley Abergavenny Gwent
A R D Morgan21 New Barn Flemingston Barry South Glamorgan
J D JosephThe Grove Farm South Cornelly Pyle Near Bridgend Mid Glamorgan
Mrs M D BevanWorthybrook Farm Wonaston Monmouth Gwent NP5 4DW
M/S H R and D E HeavenChurch Farm Caldicot Newport Gwent NP6 4HT
M/S L R, I D, M S MorganDunley Farm Trelleck Monmouth Gwent NP5 4PX
Mr T G CracknellNo 4 Holding Hayesgate Lane Mathern Chepstow Gwent NP6 6LJ
Mr M C AnsteyInnage Farm Mathern Chepstow Gwent NP6 6JA
M/S D and N Jones and SonCoalpits Farm Shirenewton Chepstow Gwent NP6 6LS
Mr G A and Mrs E LaneStone House Farm Newchurch West Chepstow Gwent NP6 6DA
Mrs M L DaviesCross Farm Pantysaison Tintern Chepstow Gwent NP6 7TP
Mr P J Lewis
Mr W A PriceThe Gwent Lands Llanmartin Newport Gwent NP6 2ID
Mr R F RichardsThe Gardens Catash Langston Newport Gwent
M/S C G and L T PriceNew House Farm Wolvesnewton Chepstow Gwent NP6 6NZ
Mrs M B GibbonsCilvaynog Llanvair Discoed Chepstow Gwent NP6 6RD
Mr R N G MorganLlanpill Farm Llansoy Usk Gwent NP5 1DO
M/S J F and P A LalleyTwyn Hedrance Farm Earlswood Chepstow Gwent NP6 6RD
Mrs A M WilliamsCock-y-North Farm Henllys Cwmbran Gwent NP44 6HT
M/S T Pritchard and SonsPark Farm Caerleon Newport Gwent NP6 1PB
M/S L Powell and SonGorse Farm St Arvans Chepstow Gwent
Mrs D A SmithLaurel Cottage Earlswood Chepstow Gwent NP6 6AR
M/S J and S RobinsonMarlborough Farm Grosmont Abergavenny Gwent
Mr V G G MarendezHayesgate Farm Chepstow Gwent NP6 6LR
P A Evans and SonsBrickyard Farm Llangwm Usk Gwent NP 5 1HD
Mr J L T ThomasLlys Pentwyn Uchaf Blackwood Gwent
Mrs L M O'DwyerRose Cottage Usk Road Shirenewton Gwent
Mr D J DeerTrelenny Farm Mathern Chepstow
Mrs I E ShervingtonCountry Fresh Eggs Ty-Mawr Farm St Brides Wentlooge Gwent NP1 9SF
Mr R H ShewellLivox Farm House St Arvans Chepstow Gwent NP6 6HD
D ThomasBailey Llwyd Manordeilo Llangadog
B G Hicks (Senior)Tyny Fynnon Farm Rhiwderin Near Newport Gwent
K A MitchellPenbwch Esaf Penycoedcae Pontypridd Mid Glamorgan
T P NolanSwn-y-Mor Farm Peterstone Wentloog Gwent
D T Roberts and SonCwrt Y Carne Farm Gorseinon West Glamorgan
Mrs WestHillside Kilgwrrwg New Church Nr Chepstow Gwent
W G DaviesWoodville Undy Magor Gwent
P J WatkinsMaerdy Farm Grosmont Abergavenny Gwent
A E Evans
H Stokes and CompanyCefnmaes Taliaris Llandeilo Dyfed
Messrs H & N K ThomasLower Lodge Manordeilo Llandeilo Dyfed
Mr J DuffyGilwern Farm Ponthir Newport Gwent

PART IIAPPLICATION OF CONTROLS IN RELATION TO SHEEP AND GOATS AND CERTAIN THINGS DERIVED THEREFROM

class="LegTDplain" id="tgp2-tbl2-tbd1-tr7-tc2">Dyffryn Farm Llantrisant Usk Gwent
NameAddress
Llanbradach Fawr PartnershipLlanbradach Caerphilly Mid Glamorgan
J GriffithsPark House Rhiwderin Newport Gwent
E GriffithsPantyryrfa Farm Henllys Cwmbran Gwent
R H GriffithsCastle-y-Bwth Farm Henllys Cwmbran Gwent
J R Bowen T/A M G Bowen and SonGreat House Farm Bishton Newport Gwent
D and R TriggTynewydd Farm Trelewis Treharris Mid Glamorgan
V J Lewis
E Thorne and SonGyla Farm Tonyrefail Porth Mid Glamorgan

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Order)

This Order consolidates with amendments the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Contamination of Feeding Stuff) (Wales) (No. 3) Order 1989, as amended. It contains emergency prohibitions restricting various activities in order to prevent human consumption of food rendered unsuitable for that purpose in consequence of the escape of lead into imported animal feeding stuff.

The Order designates certain farms, holdings agricultural and other premises in Wales within which certain activities are prohibited (articles 3, 4 and 7 and the Schedule). Movement of cattle, sheep and goats and food from any of these areas is controlled (articles 5 and 7) and certain other restrictions extend throughout the United Kingdom (articles 6 and 7). Provision is made for certain exceptions to the restrictions in the Order (article 8).

This Order makes the following changes of substance:-

(a)further farms, holdings and premises (shown in italics in the Schedule) are designated and certain other farms, holdings, and premises are removed from the designated area (article 3 and the Schedule);

(b)the prohibition in the designated area on preparing or processing for supply food derived from cattle is limited to cattle that were in the designated area on or after 8th November 1989 (article 4(b));

(c)makes further exceptions to the restrictions in articles 6(a) and (b) and 7(1) of the Order (article 8(3), (5) and (6)).

Under section 21 of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985 the penalty for contravening an emergency prohibition is:

(a)on summary conviction, a fine of an amount not exceeding the statutory maximum (at present £2,000);

(b)on conviction on indictment, an unlimited fine, or imprisionment for a term of not more than two years, or both.

Powers of enforcement in relation to emergency prohibitions are conferred by section 4 of, and Schedule 2 to, the 1985 Act. Obstruction of enforcement officers is an offence under paragraph 10 of that Schedule.

(1)

1985 c. 48; see the definitions of "designating authority" in section 1(2) and "the Ministers" in section 24(1).

(4)

S.I. 1989/2109.

(5)

S.I. 1989/2181.


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