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Road Closure: High Street

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The High Street is completely blocked to all traffic just south of Paul Wilkinson's studio and Stratfords Way — i.e., between No.7 (HP17 8ES) and the flats opposite at No. 8 (HP17 8ER).

Pedestrian access is only on one side of the road while the work is being carried out. The rest of the High Street remains open.

Thames Water started work on Friday 5th February to deal with what they describe as "sewer failure: works intended to include first time permanent reinstatement within the same phase".

The authority from Bucks County Council gives Thames Water until 18th February to complete the work, although they hope to finish earlier.

The Thames Water emergency line, 0800 316 9800, can be rung 24/7 for an update — quote reference 001330YHCB. They have the location of the works as 16 High Street!

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