Road Closures 2020

Additional Information

Wiltshire Council 

Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 

Temporary Closure of: Middle Stoke (Part), Limpley Stoke (Ref: TTRO 6349) 

Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: 

Middle Stoke (Part), Limpley Stoke; from its property known as 51 Middle Stoke for a distance of approximately 20 metres in a south easterly direction. 

To enable: Wales and west to carry out a new gas supply 

Alternative route: via Middle Stoke (unaffected length) – Church Lane – A36 Warminster Road and vice versa. 

The closure and diversion route will be clearly indicated by traffic signs. 

This Order will come into operation on 27 January 2020 and the closure will be required until 30 January 2020. 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 Darren Payne (Wales and West) on 08009122999. 

Sustainable Transport Group, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge BA14 8JN 

23 January 2020 

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Residents asked for their views on local roads, footpaths and cycling facilities

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.

National Highways and Transportation Survey

    

To inform the Committee about the National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey and how the information is used by this Council. 

The Galleries

MARILYN'S FEBRUARY FEAST

Join Marilyn for an evening of celebratory veggie and vegan food
on Friday, 7th February. 
 

Marilyn writes:  "If, like me, you're trying to eat less meat in 2020 but have had plenty of nut loaf and want more exciting dishes in your repertoire (like charred cauliflower with chermoula, rainbow pie with turmeric pastry or salt baked celeriac with toasted cumin and sticky fennel) come and join me for a night of eating delicious veggie and vegan dishes and quaffing the Galleries finest!
All recipes will be printed/emailed over so that you can have them up your sleeve to enjoy at home."

Four courses, wine, soft drinks and cafetiere coffee included £30 per head.
Friday 7th February, 7 for 7.30pm
Book your tickets at Galleries Shop (payment in cash only at time of booking please).  Limited number of tickets available.  

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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IT'S MARMALADE TIME AGAIN!

Seville Oranges now in stock £2 kg

From all on the Galleries Team
 

Every purchase you make at Galleries Shop and Café contributes to Community projects funded by FLiSCA (Freshford & Limpley stoke Community Association)


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Galleries Charity of the Year Update

Fundraising at Galleries for St Peter's Church - Disabled Access Appeal closes at the end of October. Penny Murray and Rachel Moore write:

"As our Charity of the Year time draws to a close, we want to thank everyone who has supported us in so many ways. The collection boxes in the Galleries have raised over £400 to date, which is amazing! We are grateful for everyone’s generosity, including our grant of £1000 from FLISCA. 

Our recent jumble sale raised around £1100, after expenses, and was a great success. People from all parts of the community came along to help - providing jumble, manning stalls, supplying cakes, etc. It was a great team effort!

Having received planning approval for the disabled access route from BANES, our full plans, which include a re-ordering of the church itself, now have to go the Diocesan Advisory Committee, and we hope to have a decision by the end of January. Once we have cleared that hurdle, we will be able to start applying for grants, etc., although we will still need to raise funds ourselves, as many of these are allocated on the strength of being able to show a commitment to the project within the community.

Meanwhile, a great big THANK YOU to you all at the Galleries. Not only have we been able to raise much needed funds, but it has allowed us to raise the profile of this worthy and local project."

 



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Updates from WCC

Annual Town and Parish Council report 2018-19 (pdf)

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