The Village Has Its Say
There was the largest audience for any event at the village hall that we'd seen for some time as local businessman Mr David Hughes presented his ideas for the development of his land in the context of of his controversial views on the problems the village faces.
The meeting was reported on the Knutsford Guardian website, click here for the full story
In the Knutsford Guardian article, Mr Hughes claimed that "They wouldn't listen to the issues, they just made clear that they thought they were called names". However at the meeting, many residents produced evidence in support of their claim that Mr Hughes was misrepresenting the issues and as such, there was no justification for his proposals..
Further comment from the Knutsford Guardian is expected.
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