After the story about Leicestershire, more grass cutting news. Tunbridge Wells is saving £86,000 in this area. It has provoked some controversy with one resident warning that dog mess will become more of a hazard and another concerned about "scruffiness." But Cllr Catherine Mayhew, the Deputy Leader of the Council, says allowing some green spaces to become meadows would be an enhancement.

She says:

"This is not just about saving money, it's about providing different sorts of environments and producing biodiversity."

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