Save Tidemill campaign continues

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Save Tidemill campaign continues

Campaigners trying to save a popular wildlife garden from redevelopment gathered outside City Hall ahead of today's housing committee morning.
The Save Tidemill, Save Reginald House group has a court hearing in a fortnight in the next stage of their battle against the proposals and have taken occupation of the garden to prevent the site being seized.

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