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Roads are getting dirtier!


I HAVE lived in Lymm for 70 years and each day I walk around the block, the roads, avenues, etc., get dirtier.
The roads in Cherry Lane are never swept, mainly because of cars parking.
People living around where I live do not cut hedges, making it difficult to walk on footpaths, especially near Cherry Tree School, Highfield Road, Elm Tree Road, etc.
So where are our councils to try and get people to help each other and get our village back to how it used to be? People – cut your hedges so children can walk on footpaths.
I have written to and telephoned Warrington Borough Council environmental people for six years to no available. I ‘phone the council offices at least twice a week and promises are made but do not get done.
Please try to help us who live in Booths Hill Close!


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