Shropshire Councillors Heather Kidd and Ruth Houghton have persuaded Shropshire Council to lobby the Government to have a fuel subsidy available for the last decade in parts of the UK extended to rural Shropshire.
Heather said "Whether we like it or not, the vast majority of us have to use a car to get around in rural Shropshire. We need them to go to work, do the shopping and take the kids to school. Public transport is very limited and the Westminster Government has turned down the Shropshire bid for funding an improved network.
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