And other initiatives to meet our manifesto:

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  • An investment of £200,000 to implement green environmental policies. "We will also increase the number of free 30 minute parking spaces," says Councillor Clayton Wellman, "as well as business and low-paid worker parking permit schemes."
  • "Increasing the grant made to Citizens Advice is a sound and a caring investment because of the support they give to residents in need," says Cllr Hazel Watson.
  • Budget was also set aside for an anti-littering campaign and the deployment of mobile cameras will undoubtedly help stop fly-tipping.
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  • Providing youth related activities in school holidays, not only helps kids and families, it can also prevent anti-social behaviour. Money well spent.