Shobrooke Parish Council purchase of gritter/repair to signs
Shobrooke Parish Council were granted funding under the Highway Maintenance Community Enhancement Fund (HMCEF). The funding helped with the purchase of a towable gritter and replacement of two finger posts.
The work that has been replacing the finger posts across the Parish to help visitors find their way around.
The towable gritter was purchased to help with the gritting of the minor roads across the Parish. The gritter can be filled up on route and neighbouring Parishes can be gritted if required. Additional grit bins have also been placed across the Parish.
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