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Get a grip

HAMPSHIRE County Council is testing a new thin surfacing material on the A327, a busy half-mile stretch of road leading to the M3. The road has been resurfaced with ARC's Tuffgrip in a contract worth £33,000. The material has been laid in thicknesses of just 20 mm. This is the second trial for Tuffgrip - it has also been successfully tested on the M4 in South Wales.