Sam Ward

I grew up in Wigmore, and have spent many happy days walking and cycling in the countryside they are proposing to build on. Why don t they build in the town centre, using redundant business premises to build on?

I grew up in Wigmore, and have spent many happy days walking and cycling in the countryside they are proposing to build on. Why don't they build in the town centre, using redundant business premises to build on?

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