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Following a brave undercover operation the website banner, banned by Somerset Highways following a complaint by a local resident, has been rescued without any collateral damage and has been placed in a safe house (on the railings outside The Firehouse in the village car park and with the full agreement of the owners)
Somerset Highways have confirmed that they have no jurisdiction there and therefore no objection.
If any one has any objection to this please contact editor@curryrivel.org.uk in the first instance. We would rather handle any objections ourselves rather than find out second hand that it has been removed

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