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As the dispute between SomersetClive and the group of employees now known as SCANDALOUS (SomersetClive Against News Detailing All the Lies and OUtrageous Stupidity), Editor Mr Clive Saint, SIR, is having to rely heavily on input from new employee, Art E. Fisher, who was sent out this morning to report on the latest issues in Dullbridge

In the heart of the forgotten countryside lay a neglected town, its once vibrant streets now mere echoes of a bygone era. Buildings stood like silent sentinels, their facades weathered and worn, bearing the scars of neglect and indifference.

Ignored by a succession of Councils from the local Smalltown and Dullbridge Town Council, through Sadgebore District Council, and later, the All-New-Yet-Unimproved Somerset Cuonty Council, the town of Dullbridge had found itself being swallowed up as the once lush green fields teeming with wildlife which surrounded the town, were swallowed up by more and more housing developments, all built without the necessary infrastructure.

The town square, once bustling with life and laughter, now lay barren, save for the occasional tumbleweed that drifted lazily across its cracked pavement. Storefronts with faded signs and boarded-up windows bore witness to the passage of time, their interiors swallowed by shadows and dust.

Amidst the desolation, a sense of melancholy hung heavy in the air, casting a pall over the few remaining residents who clung stubbornly to their crumbling homes. They moved through the streets like ghosts, their footsteps echoing hollowly against the deserted alleyways.

Yet amidst the decay, small flickers of hope still glimmered faintly. A group of determined locals banded together, their hearts set on breathing life back into the neglected town of Dullbridge. With paintbrushes in hand and determination in their eyes, members of Our Dullbridge set out to revive the forgotten beauty that lay dormant beneath layers of neglect.

Slowly but surely, the town began to stir from its slumber. New businesses sprang up, their doors swinging open to welcome weary travelers and curious visitors alike. Parks were restored, their once overgrown lawns now pristine and inviting. And as the days passed, the neglected town began to reclaim its rightful place in the hearts of those who called it home.

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