The Teesdale Action Partnership (AAP) has been praised for allocating £60,000 for a project to bring public toilets to a local town, with county councillors Richard Bell, Barbara Harrison and George Richardson contributing further funds. Cllr Bell said of the body’s success: “I’m very pleased to see work has started. It has taken a long time to get to this point, and this is a great example of partnership working between Durham County Council, the Town Council and the AAP.”
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