There's a hole in my road!

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At the last Parish Council meeting our Borough Councillor Hugo Deynem reminded Councillors that there has been a countrywide £168 million pothole fund which will be spent to deal with broken roads, the 'bane of all our lives'

The Government has promised to fill more than three million potholes by March next year — meaning it costs £56 on average to fix each pothole.

The funding will be shared between 148 councils that applied for the money and CWaC has its share.

As ever if you don't ask you don't get so we need to identify where there are potholes worth repairing in Tarvin and let our Parish Clerk Mike Hassall know the exact location by email on clerk@tarvinparishcouncil.org.uk
I guess if a photo was available as well that would be ideal.

Tarvinonline would like to see the photos as well so attach them to an email and send it to editor@tarvinonline.org and we will judge the winner!

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