Council lays slow-grow grass to cut costs

Council lays slow-grow grass to cut costs
    It seems cash-strapped Birmingham City Council is more interested in cutting costs than grass in its latest austerity move.

The West Midlands local authority has announced it will lay slow-growing turf at its parks in order to save money.

While this might sound bonkers, officials at the council reckon this move will mean the grass needs to be cut every four to six weeks instead of the normal fortnightly period, according to the Birmingham Mail.

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