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Beauty spot plan.

Work is due to start on a pounds 410,000 project to improve access to a Northumberland coastal beauty spot and regenerate nearby villages.

The three-year programme will deliver improvements to Druridge Bay. It will also provide an illuminated footpath for pupils from Hadston to Red Row First School.

The project, by the Chevington Public Access Network (Pan), seeks to improve access and help with wider regeneration efforts surrounding the area.

It forms part of the wider Druridge Bay Partnership and adds to existing new investment in the area, including almost 200 new homes in Hadston, refurbishing the shopping precinct and upgrading sports facilities.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Nov 26, 2003
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