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thumbs down to superstore

Meeting gives thumbs down to superstore

http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/cornishguardian/wadebridge/Meeting-gives...

AN overwhelming majority of people have given the thumbs down to the prospect of Sainsbury's opening a store in Wadebridge.
At a packed public meeting in the town hall on Friday night more than 200 people turned up to show their opposition to creating a superstore on the site of the former North Cornwall District Council headquarters at Higher Trenant.

The public meeting was organised by campaign group lovewadebridge.com which last week handed a 3,000 signature petition against the plans to leader of Cornwall Council, Alec Robertson.

Speakers at the meeting included Cornwall Council's assistant head of planning and regeneration for East Cornwall Nigel Doyle, Cornwall councillors Jeremy Rowe and Scott Mann, Tavistock Chamber of Commerce chairman Nigel Eadie, Wadebridge mayor Elliot Osborne, Wadebridge chamber of commerce chairman Grenville Stanbury, independent trader Harriet Henderson and Charmian Larke from Atlantic Energy.

The meeting was chaired by North Cornwall MP Dan Rogerson.
Mr Doyle conformed that two supermarkets, Sainsbury's and Morrisons, were at the pre-planning application stage but that neither had submitted formal applications. He confirmed that the council had not sold the Higher Trenant offices.

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