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Are you frustrated by the numbers of vehicles you see parked on yellow lines in Haddenham?

Here's how to deal with it:

If you see people parking on the double yellow lines on Thame Road, Wykeham Way or Sheerstock, or on the Urban Clearway (Pegasus Way) you should contact NSL, which is the parking enforcement company of choice for AVDC.

Their contact number is 01296 432208 and they will be able to issue tickets.

Please continue to report plan old inconsiderate parking (e.g. on pavements by the schools and football pitches) by sending your pictures to: waddesdonnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

NB: But please don't forget that people with a Blue Badge can park on a double yellow line providing it is safe for them to do so.

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