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´You will destroy heart of Newquay´

By Warren Wilkins 30th November 2016

´You will destroy heart of Newquay´
Mayor Carl Leadbetter at the recent parking consultation in Newquay.

FEARS have been raised Newquay town centre will be destroyed if plans to install parking meters are given the go-ahead. Residents and businesses believe there would be a downturn in trade if Cornwall Council changes limited waiting in parking bays to on-street pay and display. More than 100 people attended a parking review...

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