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Council team to target grot spots

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TEAMS of council workmen will target Culcheth for a period of up to seven weeks, filling in pot holes, cleaning gullies and improving the street scene.
The initiative is part of the “Look of the Borough” project which aims to improve the street scene across the whole borough.
Work will start in the Culcheth, Glazebury and Mee Brow areas on March 16.
A similar project in Croft will be carried out in Croft in May.
Coun Keith Bland told fellow members of Culcheth and Glazebury Parish Council they should draw up lists of “grot spots.”
He said: “If you know of any areas were there are pot holes, blocked gullies or overgrown hedges, we have to let the team know.
“They will be in the area for up to seven weeks and it is a wonderful opportunity for us to get things done.
“I would advise all councillors to look around their areas, identify the grot spots and let us know what needs doing.”

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