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Four projects set to make Derbyshire safer

22nd July 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Four projects have been introduced in a bid to make Derbyshire safer.

Some £76,000 in funding will be spread out between four community safety projects, which focus on keeping areas cleaner and safer, while also attempting to reduce examples of re-offending, reports Bakewell Today.

Derbyshire County Council’s cabinet member for health and communities councillor Dave Allen told the news provider: “These four projects are very different but all have the same aim, which is to keep individuals and communities safer. I am pleased we can support these worthwhile projects which can make all the difference to people’s lives.”

Some £20,000 will also go towards carrying out a programme of general clean-ups and graffiti removal in specific areas nominated by district and parish councils.

The cleanliness of properties is especially important for residents, as poorly maintained areas can lead to the spread of viruses and illness across communities.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801615049-ADNFCR


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