By Lucy Todman
Councillors in Ludlow are celebrating after members of Shropshire Council’s Cabinet changed their minds over the implementation of revised parking charges and restrictions in the town.
A protest was held in the Market Square on Tuesday night with hundreds of people calling on the council to stop using the town as a ‘cash cow’.
And it appears a concerted campaign by councillors and townspeople paid off when they secured a significant victory on the parking regime.
And the council has pledged to review the situation 12 months after the new charges come in in November.
Councillor Andy Boddington, who had fought to have the proposed changes scrapped, said: “This was a long and exhausting campaign.
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