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We are informed by Bucks County Council that road patching and resurfacing work is being planning for Franklin Road and Willis Road in Haddenham for the early Autumn.

It is anticipated that the works will take place at some stage between 14th September and 14th November 2016 and that, when underway, the named roads will be closed to traffic between 07:00 and 19:00 hours.

Although local residents are unlikely to need signed diversion routes, these will be in place to indicate logical work-arounds.

If you need more information, please contact Zunara Aslam, Permit Officer on 01296 383848 or email roadclosures@buckscc.gov.uk quoting reference AV.2017.83.

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