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The A418 towards Thame will be closed overnight (7pm until 6am) from Monday 2nd December until Wednesday 4th December. The work is scheduled to be completed during this time, but may take longer.

The roadworks, for re-surfacing, are from the junction with Thame Road at Scotsgrove to the county boundary at the bottom of the hill.

Private traffic will be diverted via Cuddington, Chearsley and Long Crendon. However, we understand that bus services will continue as normal, apparently. (Hot air balloon transfer service, maybe?)

For details of other local roadworks in and around Aylesbury,

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