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Sunday, 12 August 2012

Save our Countryside

Keep it Green Crewe and Nantwich Campaign

In the last few weeks there has many letters in the local press apportioning blame for whom is responsible for housing developers wanting to build on large areas of our local Countryside and I am sure that after reading this letter, some people will feel the need to put pen to paper and fire off another letter.                                                   I agree that both central and local government must be held to account. But playing the blame game won’t save our countryside.                               I am sure that most people are fed up with seeing Councillors, former councillors, people who planning to stand at the next elections and members of political parties using the press to attack their political opponents, because while we are busy having a go at each other, the developers will be laughing all the way to the bank, as they continue to swallow up vast areas of our countryside.  The people of Crewe and Nantwich must start working together as one large action group to save our countryside. I ask people to the act now by joining the 'Keep it Green' Campaign, before it is too late!      
Keep it Green'                                                                                      Crewe & Nantwich Campaign                                                                          Save our countryside & green space for the benefit of all communities                 NO to overdevelopment                                                                        email:    twitter:      @KeepitGreen01                               Facebook:                                                              
Councillor Derek Bebbington                                                                                  Leighton Ward                                                                                           

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