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By Haddenham Webteam - 15th June 2016 7:30am
Bucks County Council have informed us that a temporary road closure will apply in the High Street during July.
The closure will "prohibit any vehicle from proceeding, except for access, in that length of High Street, Haddenham, which commences at its junction with Crabtree Road and continues to a point located outside Haddenham Methodist Church, a distance of approximately 150 metres."
The alternative route for vehicles affected by the closure will be via High Street, South End, Townside, Tacks Lane and High Street.
The road closure is required so that new electrical and upgrade supply works can take place and it is anticipated that the works will commence on Monday 11th July and take approximately one week to complete.
Aston Road Closure
There will also be a temporary road closure on Aston Road from Thursday 28th July — for more details, see here
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