Cllr Ivan Henderson says "Our oldest street is being failed"

11102017_Ivan_Henderson_Harwich_Potholes.JPGCllr Ivan Henderson says "Our oldest street is being failed", Church Street in Harwich is being failed and left to crumble as huge dips and potholes are not deemed bad enough to fix.

ONE of Harwich’s oldest streets is being failed and left to crumble as huge dips and potholes are not deemed bad enough to fix.

Church Street in Harwich is home to the town’s Grade I listed Guildhall and Forester’s, which is the town’s oldest building dating back to 1450.

But Harwich town and Essex county councillor Ivan Henderson, said the road, in the town’s conservation area, is sinking.

“It’s really bad, there are big craters but I’ve been told it has been inspected and it doesn’t need doing. It’s ridiculous.

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