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Lots of ifs, buts and maybes to do with this item, as Bucks County Council are unable to confirm precise details at the time of writing. However ...

Overnight road works on the Aylesbury Road (part of the A418) are due to commence between the junction with Baghill and King's Cross (the junction with Churchway) starting on Monday 3rd March. It is possible that they won't actually start until Thursday 6th March.

There will probably be traffic lights and one-way traffic operating during the day and delays are likely for the next fortnight.

There will undoubtedly be an increase in traffic through the centre of Haddenham during this period, so do take extra care when crossing the road.

Woodways will also be closed for part of the month but the exact dates have not yet been announced.

We will do our best to keep you updated, as soon as precise information becomes available

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