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Graffiti clean-up in Beverley renaissance project

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A graffiti clean-up is being carried out as part of a project to restore historic lanes leading into an East Yorkshire market town.

Teams will concentrate on Tindall Lane in Beverley, which provides access from car parks and the train station.

The work is part of the Beverley Renaissance Partnership which aims to develop the town while keeping its historic elements.

The project has already seen new street lighting installed in the town.