Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th November 2013 12:00pm
As local residents will be aware, Buckinghamshire County Council made an Order, which prohibited vehicles from proceeding, except for access, along the entire length of Gibson Lane for work by Thames Water on 20th and 21st November.
However, it seems that additional road excavation work is now being carried out in Gibson Lane, linked to Electricity supplies and other services. At the time of writing (Monday 25th November) the road therefore remains closed. We will update you as soon as we receive further information.
The alternative route for vehicles affected by the closure will be via The Croft, Crabtree Road, Churchway, Church End, Station Road or Station Road, Churchway, Crabtree Road and The Croft for the reverse route.
Appropriate road closure and diversion signs are lawfully displayed and will continue in force for a period until the works have been completed.
Penalties for not observing these restrictions will be as prescribed by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Road Traffic Act 1991.
Gibson Lane is highlighted on the map in Red. Alternative access routes are shown in Blue.
For more local news, see here
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
🎪Help needed! Haddenham Village Fete will return this year on Saturday 11th June, 13.00 -- 16.30, at Church End.One of the main aims is to raise money for local good causes and organisations.Community events like this rely heavily on adult volunteers so if you are able to lend a hand in any way, we'd love to hear from you. If you can spare just 1 — 1.5 hours you will still have loads...
Haddenham Screen is returning after the Covid break on Tuesday 24th May.Organisers look forward to seeing all their supporters from pre-pandemic days and all other residents of Haddenham and the surrounding villages to their programme of some of the best movies released recently . Tickets available online or at the doorThe re-opening presentation...
Following recent criticisms in certain national newspapers and on social media of the current state of General Practice in this country, we have chosen to reproduce a letter published in the latest edition of the British Medical Journal, written by a GP based in Oxfordshire.Where have our GPs gone?That question topped the 3 May front page of the Daily Mail--a tabloid newspaper not known for...