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Weaver's Triangle

Weaver's Triangle

7:41am 28th September 2010

Work's started on improvements to the Weaver's Triangle in Burnley.

Debris and litter is being cleared to make way for landscaping, grassed areas and seating.

It's being carried out by the Council and National Grid in a bid to attract new businesses to the area.

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