Rural cash campaign starts gathering pace
BOSTON borough residents have added their names to a nationwide bid for a fairer share of Government cash for rural areas.
The Rural Fair Share Campaign has been organised by SPARSE Rural and the Rural Services Network and seeks to redress the imbalance in Government funding for rural and urban areas.
The campaign organisers say people in rural constituencies get approximately two thirds the level of the Local Government Grant given to urban constituencies. Because of this they have to pay on average a significantly-higher council tax.
That tax is paid in rural areas out of a lower-than-average wage compared to the national average and, unfortunately, for that the rural dweller gets on average less services than the urban dweller because their local authority simply cannot afford the level of service found in urban locations.
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Signatures have been gathered nationwide and returned to the House of Commons for a Parliamentary debate.