High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 24th May 2022 6:00pm
HaddSWAC (Haddenham Safe Walking and Cycling) urges support for Streetscape
The Parish Council gets the funds and consultants work out the design, but if design is to become reality it must have the visible support and participation of village residents.
As the Streetscape consultation draws to a close, this is the lead theme of the third issue of the HaddSWAC newsletter, SIGNPOSTS.
The deadline for public comment on Streetscape plans -- and essential show of support -- is only days away:
Thursday 26th May.
Other subjects covered in the new issue of SIGNPOSTS:
- Where is our cycle path to Thame?
- The school run — a mum's ideas
- What to do about Church End
- The Highway Code — new priorities good for walkers and cyclists
For this and previous issues, click here.
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