Save Chorlton Meadows Update June 2010

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NEW FLOODLIGHT APPLICATION. NEW THREAT TO THE MEADOWS!

June 3, 2010 by savechorltonmeadows

WE THOUGHT THIS MIGHT HAPPEN! After their last proposal was comprehensively opposed by the council planning committee – West Didsbury and Chorlton AFC have now submitted another similar application to the City Council – to erect SIX 15m (49ft) FLOODLIGHTS – […]

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