By Haddenham Webteam - 5th November 2019 4:00pm
Haddenham Parish Council has issued the following public notice of work to be carried out at the Woodways Recreation ground over the coming months.
NOTICE OF WORK AFFECTING THE CAR PARK
The Parish Council will be carrying out work to extend the existing tennis courts to provide two new mini tennis courts, a new path around the courts, a cycle store and enhancements to the car park.
The works are due to start on 11th November 2019 and complete by 29th February 2020.
Monday 11th November 2019 to 13th December 2019 — Phase 1
The left hand side of the car park as you enter will be fenced off for the installation of bollards along the edge of the cycle / pedestrian path and a cycle storage shelter.
Monday 6th January 2020 to 29th February 2020 — Phase 2
The right hand side of the car park as you enter will be fenced off for the work to the courts and paths.
We will make every effort to keep as much car parking available on the site for the duration of the work, however if we feel that safety is an issue, particularly at peak usage times such as the school run, then closure of the car park will be considered. We will monitor the situation.
We recommend walking or cycling to the site or finding alternative places to park if you have to drive and if you are parking on the site during this time please take extra care.
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