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Hopefully, people using Townfield Lane behind Crossfields will have noticed that once again Parish Councillors Ray Williams and Ted Lush have cut back the nettles, making it easier for everyone to negotiate this well-used path.

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Ray and Ted will be keeping the state of the path under review and may be back later in the summer — unless any other public-spirited individuals would like to take a turn?

(Ed. In case you cannot recognise which part of Townfield Lane this was- don't worry. Its not Townfield Lane even before our intrepid Councillors ventured forth)

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