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AN animal lover from Bury has urged council officials to take action after her horse tripped up in a pothole.
BRITAIN’S roads have been plagued by potholes since Roman times, historians have discovered.
Brian Cooley shows you how technology can help prevent costly and damaging potholes.
BURY Council has confirmed that 37 per cent of Government funding for potholes has been spent.
Wheel ruts were found during excavation of road surface (pictured) in Ipplepen in Devon. They are thought to have been caused by carts being driven over the surface.
COLD water has been poured on claims by Northumberland County Council that it has lived up to its pledge to clear the county’s backlog of pothole repairs.
Thousands of potholes in roads across the borough are to be filled during the summer with the help of government cash.
LEDBURY'S MP, Bill Wiggin MP is calling for the county’s potholes to be fixed before winter makes the situation even worse.
‘NEGLECTED’ roads on a Weston estate need Government money to repair potholes, according to ward councillors who have been researching the extent of the problem.
A ONE-OFF £150,000 cash boost to tackle potholes in Poole has been announced by the council – part of more than £700,000 being spent to repair roads. Borough of Poole has allocated the funds from its budget on top of £466,339 awarded to help remedy damage cause by the severe winter weather.
A grant of more than £300,000 has been given to the borough to repair potholes.
A BURY councillor has slammed government funding of nearly £250,000 to tackle the town’s potholes, claiming “it’s like taking £20 off us and giving us a fiver back”.
Reading Borough Council has been successful in a bid for a share of the £168 million set aside by central Government to help local authorities repair potholes
An extra £1 billion a year could be spent on fixing potholes and other road maintenance if the Government invested two pence per litre of existing fuel duty, the body that represents councils has suggested.
The government should spend £1bn a year of the money it collects from fuel duty to fix potholes and roads in England and Wales, the body that represents councils says.
AN EXTRA £650,000 will be used to tackle potholes in North Somerset thanks to a new government grant.