Why dig up newly surfaced road?
Astonished Gosberton residents are angry with county highways for allowing a newly surfaced road to be dug up on the first working day after roadworks ended.
Around £47,000 was spent on work in Salem Street over five days last week, transforming the previously potholed and scarred surface into a "superb" road.
Salem Street resident Trevor Wardell said roadworks finished on Friday but on Monday two holes were dug in the road for gas works and traffic lights went up.
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