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a small cave (usually with attractive features)


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People are being invited to name and shame the worst "Grot Spots" as part of a new campaign to clean up the borough, which has been launched by Rugby borough councillor Jerry Roodhouse (Lib Dem, Eastlands) and fellow Liberal Democrat councillors.
A Grot Spot nomination has already come in from town centre businessman Graham Wiseman, who runs Redding Photographers in Church Street, who wants to see Trinity Church Park cleaned up.
Anyone who would like to nominate a Grot Spot should contact Cllr Roodhouse on 01788 560882.
Mr Taylor said: "We are now in the final stages of agreement on the total retail.We have a proposal to deal with all the grot spots - demolition, site clearance, hoarding, screening some off.
They say the vast majority of the very worst grot spots identified in a landmark report last year are either dealt with or are well on the road to being tackled for good.
The clearance and tidying-up of grot spot number four, derelict flats on an overgrown site off Kirkdale Road, Everton.
Grot spot 14, the former Anfield car centre in Walton Breck Road, has been bulldozed.
The city council's environmental action team manager, Dave Hodnett, has now vowed to work with them to make sure the grot spots are cleaned up.