By Roving reporter - 7th December 2018 6:04am
I was only away for three days and missed the big switch ON for the first time ever. The village lights look great.
However they may have been too much for the Woore Road lights (yes those we waited for over 12 months to have repaired earlier this year after the bridge accident) as they have all been out since the big switch on.
They have been reported on the Council road light reporting system but experience of that does not bode well for a speedy repair.
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