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Case Study

Drainage works in Lamerton

workman in hi vis putting up traffic cone with road works sign

Lamerton Parish Council were awarded funding from the HMCEF for drainage works in the Parish.

Work was carried out to clean out drains across the Parish. The work was carried out by a contractor and has helped reduce the risk of flooding. In the future the Parish wish to carry out more works in the Parish to help with flooding.

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person filling in pothole using a spade on a road

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traffic cones and tape situated along roadside at Luppitt

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team members getting out signs before commencing work

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