Time to celebrate!

Consett’s clock is back. OK it was one of my 2012 New Year’s resolutions to get it back, but better late than never.

Clock

Actually it’s taken much longer than a year since I first set out on the trail – about the time Derwentside was disappearing which is nearly four years ago – but today I’m not whingeing about all the time it’s taken but celebrating. I’m grateful, too, to the county council’s economic regeneration team who joined me enthusiastically in ensuring we got it back – and sourcing the cash to do it.

One Response to “Time to celebrate!”

  1. Greg Coltman Says:

    Halleluja! It’s been a long time coming and I’m chuffed it’s back :-) Well done to all concerned

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Owen Temple & Margaret Nealis

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Owen Temple, who has been Consett North's Lib Dem Councillor since 2007, and Margaret Nealis are committed to working for local people in Consett, to make sure that their voice is heard at County Hall. As the county council takes a more and more centralised and "one-size-fits-all" approach, it is more important than ever for Consett to have campaigners who will stand up for this town.


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