August: Tidy-Up Scheme to clear and restore gardens on the estate: was launched with support from Hull City Council and Probe. It was funded along with other early-win projects such as an after-school

CaptureThe closure of Flinton Primary School provided an ideal new home for the Preston Road NDC
team, which had been temporarily housed in Probe’s Marfleet lane offices.

September: Elections were held for 1 3 resident places on the Board of Preston Road New Deal for Communities.

He said: “local people need to take charge of the show and that’s what’s happening now. Preston
Road has the opportunity to become a showcase for the rest of the country.”

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