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Hull's flood hit roads to receive £665,000 new government funding

Hull will receive £665,000 of new government funding to help repair roads damaged by last year's floods, transport minister Paul Clark announced today.

"Last year's floods damaged many local roads, and I know how important it is for communities to get those roads repaired," said Clark.

"We have been working closely with the councils affected since last year's floods to help them identify what repairs are needed. This money is in addition to the £40M we have made available to councils so that they can carry out this important repair work.

The funding is part of a support package that the government has made available to communities to aid recovery following last year's floods and brings the total support provided for local authorities to £136M over the last year.

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