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Footway clearance in Sidmouth

Clearing a footway in Sidmouth

Footway in Sidmouth cleared of leaves     Clearing a footway in Sidmouth

As part of his role volunteering as a road warden in Sidmouth, Cllr Stuart Hughes recently carried out the clearance of this footway on Convent Road.

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