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  1. Well done to Belmont Rural Parish Council and Herefordshire County Councillor Tracy Bowes, for spending today sprucing up Benjamin Park in Belmont. Before After Councillor Tracy Bowes approached the Parish Council asking if they would fund the purchase of paint, wood and bark to revitalise the play area. The parish council approved the request and Tracy and several of the parish councillors, together with Benjamin’s mum, and the locality steward from Balfour Beatty, gave up their free time today to paint and replace play bark and wood. A big thank you to everyone involved, including parish councillors, Adrian Bridges, Colin Warne, Phil Rudd, Amy bridges, Julie Furniss, Neil Hooper, Des Parish and County Councillor Tracy Bowes. A big thank you to Natalie from Bblp and her partner Max, who also helped. Great community and great team work 👏
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