Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Closure of: Woods Hill (Part), Limpley Stoke (Ref: TTRO 6086)
Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic:
Woods Hill (Part), Limpley Stoke; from property known as 9 Woods Hill for approximately 100 metres in a southerly direction.
To enable: Wessex Water to carry out a supply separation.
Alternative route: via Woods Hill (unaffected length) and vice versa
The closure and diversion route will be clearly indicated by traffic signs.
This Order will come into operation on 14 August 2019 and the closure will be required for one day. It is anticipated that the works will take the stated duration to complete depending upon weather conditions. Access will be maintained for residents and businesses where possible, although delays are likely due to the nature of the works. The Order will have a maximum duration of 18 months.
For further information please contact Brian Freegard (Wessex Water) on 03456004600.
Sustainable Transport Group, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge BA14 8JN
08 August 2019
Local residents are being asked for their views on Bath and North East Somerset’s highways and transport services, from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities.
The Bradford on Avon Community Emergency Volunteers (CEVs) -supported by the Town Council and the Area Board- are organising a programme of First Aid Courses over the coming year. The next one -‘Emergency First Aid at work For Working near Water’-will take place at Frome Rd Youth and Community Centre on Saturday 13th July, 9am to 5pm.
Members and staff of the Town Council, local schools, parish councils, and members of local voluntary/sports organisations are invited to participate free of charge.
Instruction will be from British Red Cross and everyone gains a recognised First Aid qualification on successful completion.
Topics covered will include;-
· Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
· Use of Automatic External Defibrillator (AED, -green box automatic defibrillators)
The course is limited to 15 participants and so a waiting list will operate as we plan to run further courses later in the year if we find sufficient demand.
Places may also be offered to members of the public at nominal cost, though we would not plan to charge students, seniors or anyone in receipt of benefits.
All enquiries, -please contact Tim Trimble (CEV Training Officer) firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that motor vehicles create more toxic air in our towns and cities than any other single human activity? And that Bath has particularly high levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) which can make asthma and other heart and lung problems much worse?
On Clean Air Day, please help us raise awareness of the effects of pollution and do something fun in your community – as a group, individual or business – that will encourage others to give their vehicles a day off (and change travel habits for good).
Activities you can do…
The idea is that we do something different on Clean Air Day that helps to reduce air pollution. It can be as simple as pledging to walk, cycle or take the park & ride (when you normally drive) - and sharing your pledge photo with friends and family online. If you’ve more time, you could plan a small event.
Businesses and organisations can also pledge to encourage sustainable travel within their organisation. This could be anything from organising car shares, investigating last-mile cargo bike deliveries, to looking longer term at investing in cleaner fleet vehicles.
You’ll find step-by-step guides to events and pledging at www.cleanairday.org.uk along with posters, leaflets and a quiz, and plenty of text and graphics for you to promote clean air day on social media.
Please share what you do online using @bathnes #cleanair4bathnes @cleanairdayUK #CleanAirDay.
What we’re doing
Clean, green ways to get around
A B&NES Council pop-up event, Kingsmead Square
20 June, 11am-6pm
Get expert advice from TravelWest on how to get around sustainably
Discover how advanced motoring techniques can help cut pollution and make the roads safer for walking and cycling
Discover the benefits of investing in a fully electric or hybrid electric car or regularly using a car club
Find out how your business could reduce its NO2 footprint by using a last-mile cargo bike delivery company
Check out the latest electric bikes from Take Charge Bikes
Get confident on your bike – book your family onto Bikeability’s summer training
Make a smoothie as you peddle – on an electric smoothie bike
And last but not least…
Dr Bike will be on hand to give your bike a thorough check-up.
You can also ask the team - including clean air champions from St Andrew’s Church School - about other causes of pollution, and how to protect yourself.
For more information, please go to www.bathnes.gov.uk/cleanair4bathnes
Best wishes, Environmental Monitoring Team
PS The TravelWest Challenge is back for 6 weeks from 10 June. Log your sustainable journeys on the app for a chance to win prizes.
Go to www.travelwestchallenge.betterpoints.uk for more information and to download the app.
First, the Bad News
We are sad to report that, with immediate effect, there will be no more dry cleaning or laundry servicesavailable at Galleries. Malmesbury Dry Cleaning, who have offered a service to us since the shop first opened, are no longer able to continue twice weekly collections and deliveries. We thank them and will miss their friendly service to our community.
Now, the Good News.............
Every cloud has a silver lining. Our freezer had an unfortunate breakdown recently. But, as it was nearly ten years old and had done us very well, the GMG made the decision to replace it with a new and larger four door model.
The new freezer will enable us to offer a wider range of frozen goods, including frozen meat from Hartley Farm.
Art on Our Walls
"The subject matter of my paintings is influenced by the ever changing and evolving landscape which provides me with a library of colour, movement and atmosphere." says local artist Annabel Menheneott whose art we welcome back on our walls. A range of gift cards accompanies her paintings.
Wild Things Publishing
Have you discovered our range of Wild Swimming and Wild Guides?
A definite must for outdoor enthusiasts and published by Wild Things Publishing of Freshford.
Local author, Daniel Start, shares his favourite wild wonders of the Welsh Coast in The Wild Guide to Wales.From your Galleries Team