as new station opens From Bradford Telegraph and Argus Mr Stevens said: "Many people thought this was never going to happen, but we have worked coach outlet locations e wine really hard with Metro to solve the problems that have bedevilled the development of the station. "We have worked hard to evidence that it was needed and just look at the number of people that have turned up. About another 50 got on the Grand Central service at 8.02." Andrea Howard, 64, of Low Moor, said: "We have been waiting coach handbags wholesale for this coach outlet purses burberry for yonks. It will make such a difference. I will use it to go into Halifax and Bradford, and hopefully Manchester as well. I have a friend in Cheshire, so I could meet in Manchester and not worry about parking." Councillor David Warburton (Lab, Wyke) said: "I think it is absolutely brilliant. It just shows that when we say we are going to do something, that we come up with the goods. "We started on it about ten years ago when a local resident first organised coach outlet coupons uggs a meeting. We have been working very hard for many years lobbying people, and it is great now that the official opening is here for the station. It has been a long, hard slog, but we have got there." He added: "The main body of work has been done by the ward councillors. It shows that, as ward councillors, we do not just bandy words about we get things done.
"We have had a lot of support from the community, especially from Oakenshaw Residents' Association and businesses and the Chamber of Commerce. "We knew that there was a business case there and that we could make it stick up if we got the support from Metro and the government, and we lobbied on that.".
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