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More shenanigans from Medway Council

Courtesy of Dave Wise:

‘Betrayal in the Paddock’ – A public information film featuring the music of Lupen Crook and Oliver Burgess and my Pinhole Photography. In 1815 the Paddock area of Chatham was made into a public garden which the people of the time stated they wished to see remain for a period of at least 400 years. Now, less than 200 years later, Medway Council has made plans to destroy part of it and build a bus station in it’s place. They need to build a new bus station because if they simply refurbish the old one they’ll have to hand back a 6 million pound grant, and that means that some will loose out on an awful lot of brown envelopes. 12 minutes in length.

By monaxle

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