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September 11, 2008 4:17 AM

More than £500,000 has been spent on projects in Lemington in the past year by the Lib Dem-run council.

New figures show that £120,000 has been spent on roads and pavements in the last twelve months.

Another £150,000 has come from the Safer and Stronger Communities Fund, which has been spent on local projects.

The ward committee has also given grants of £39,000 to local groups in Lemington.