PRESS RELEASE - Funding for toilet renovations

Submitted on 26 December 2013 by Paula Heath

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Posted 17/07/2014 22:51 By: Andrew
Brian GeorgeThe railway satiton should be kept for future use as and when the railway is reopened. With a population at Padstow of 3000+ seasonal increases, and with Wadebridge having a population of 7000+ seasonal increases it is high time your council and the Cornwall County Council made vigerous representations for the lines to be reopened in your area. Along with a connection down to Bodmin. Cornwall can apply for regional infrastructure assistance, the regional building fund, not to mention putting the project in the County Structure plan and contacting the Department of Transport regarding this matter. Padstow satiton is a heritage building with a history and your council, should, at the very least be contacting English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery fund with a view to its preservation. Not simply move your staff out due to the rumours of Radon Gas which I hear appears to be the problem. Or at least the Health and Safety problems that you mention. Development of the ra