COUNCILLORS have agreed to scale down floral displays across the borough in a bid to save cash.
Cloonavin's Environmental Services Committee voted unanimously for a series of measures that could reduce the department's spend by £30,000.
In his report to members, Director of Environment Aiden McPeake said the borough's towns and villages were recognised for their “vibrant and colourful floral displays.”
He continued: “These displays have resulted in success at competitions such as Britain In Bloom and Ulster In Bloom."
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