Owners of Horse Drawn Vehicles to receive £6,000 each to help with running costs

OWNERS of horse-drawn vehicles are to receive a grant of £6,000 each in order to help them with running costs.

The plans by the Government are aimed at reducing carbon emissions and increasing the number of horse-drawn vehicles on the roads in Wales.

Under the new plans, there will also be a provision to collect the byproduct for use in helping grow roses in window boxes outside all government buildings.

A government spokesperson said: “It is clear that we have been looking at transport in Wales all wrong for some time. With the popular changes to speeds on our roads, now is the time to introduce these new and forward-thinking ideas.”

The plans, which will be rolled out today, Monday (Apr 1) include strategically placed buckets along Welsh roads in order for the public to gather the by-product and brighten up towns and villages by using it to grow roses.

A Government scientific research expert said: “We know this will have benefits for the people of Wales. We all know that when one looks through rose-tinted windows, everything looks better.”

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