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Sewerage, Little Glemham

Volume 440: debated on Thursday 24 July 1947

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asked the Minister of Health if he will make inquiries concerning the unsatisfactory state of the water drainage and sewage arrangements for the village of Little Glemham, Suffolk, and take steps to have it immediately improved to a satisfactory standard of health requirements.

I understand that the Blyth Rural District Council are already taking some action to improve the sewerage arrangements at Little Glemham, but I am making further inquiries and will take whatever steps appear to be necessary.