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We understand the distress Mrs Fenny must have felt as a result of this incident and we would like to apologise for our delay in reaching her," he said.
Fenny received a 12-month community order plus 150 hours of unpaid work and was ordered to pay PS3,000 in costs.
Mr Fenny said: "Across the UK, more than 436,000 tonnes of tyres need to go for disposal every year, so we expect that demand for the kind of facility we are developing will be enormous.
The Fenny Compton side will include West Bromwich Albion defender Darren Purse, who plays cricket for his local club during the summer.
Fenny Compton, less than two miles from Burton Dasset Country Park, has its own village store, doctor's surgery, primary school.
Compton, based in Fenny Compton, manufactures Compton concrete garages, Alton cedar greenhouses and Robinsons aluminium greenhouses.
Ian Fenny, prosecuting, said Stokoe's eight-year relationship with Mr Stephenson had turned sour and he was "devastated" by the break-up.
Ian Fenny, prosecuting, said the sisters, the accused and some friends had been out drinking.
Detective Inspector Deborah Fenny, who led the investigation, said: "I'm really pleased with this morning's progress.
Raids took place in Bulkington, Bishop's Tachbrook, Fenny Compton, Snitterfield, Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Wolston and Stratford.
Ian Fenny, Bradley Park Waste Management operations manager, says that the firm has already taken stringent steps to improve life for local people - including banning some drivers from using the site.
Born in Fenny Drayton, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire, Mr Hawthorne was a role model for aspiring rugby players and junior police officers alike, according to colleagues.
Defending, James Fenny said over a period of years a credit card in her name had run up PS5,000.
The Fenny Compton Scout Group will begin with children aged six to ten and hopes to add older age groups later this year.
Richard Fenny, Network Rail's regional director, said: "The downward trend is very encouraging.