Woodbridge: Ugly graffiti targeted during town’s spring clean
WOODBRIDGE: Unsightly eyesores that have been a cause of concern for residents of a historic riverside town have now been removed.
Teams of experts have been busy giving areas of Woodbridge a thorough spring clean.
A graffiti blitz was launched after a local resident contacted Suffolk Coastal District Council.
An application was made to the Community Safety Partnership (CSP) to fund a clean up.
The money was used recently to pay for a visit from experts to remove graffiti from around the town.
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Andy Wright, head of community and economic services at the district council, said: “Several locations were targeted during the day including sites along the river wall and a number of residential properties. The team ran out of time to clean all known reports of graffiti and will be carrying out a further blitz in May to catch up with areas they could not get to.”
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