Gypsy and Traveller Site ePetition

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There is now an ePetition site on the CWaC portal just click on this link

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The petition is for the Council (CWaC) to remove the proposal for development of a permanent Gypsy & Traveller's site on the land known as Holding No. 10, East of Tarporley Road in the village of Tarvin.

We need as many signatures as possible.
Deadline is 6th Dec 2016

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  • Redsman

    There are currently only 228 respondents of this ePetition which isn't great considering Tarvin has a population of over 3000. It looks like the deadline to sign has also been extended to 25th April 2017.

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