High Street Temporary Closure

The Parish Council was informed today of a temporary emergency road closure on the High Street whilst Openreach customer reconnection works are carried out for public safety reasons.  The off peak closure and will operate from 10th to 14th August 2020.

Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.

See a map showing the extent of the closure and diversions.

Further information regarding the works may be obtained by contacting Patrick Finnegan at Sunbelt Rentals Ltd on 03700 500792 or email patrickfinnegan@sunbeltrentals.co.uk quoting reference T8069/RAG.

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6 Responses to High Street Temporary Closure

  1. Richard May says:

    Pity the poor motorists who try to use the diversion route via Sires Hill – as there is a closure already identifed on one of the diversion routes (see below)!!
    The Parish Council has been advised by the Traffic Regulations Team at Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) that it will be necessary to close the unnamed road between Hill Harm and the junction with Little Wittenham Road whilst fire hydrant repair and maintenance works are carried out. The temporary closure will operate from the 10th August 2020 up to and including the 12th August 2020. This is a 24 hour per day closure.
    Where’s the Brewery?!!

  2. David Haylett says:

    This morning anyone coming up from Didcot would have got as far as The Cross and encountered a “Road Closed” sign with no advanced warning and, either do as I did and ignore it and drive on to Clifton H. (and back again) or else turn around and go back. Ditto anyone coming from Clifton Hampden direction.

  3. Liz Nightingale says:

    Does anyone know what is meant by “off peak closure”?

  4. Gillian Byrne says:

    Hi folks, so what is off peak?
    Times please?
    How long has this been known by Parish
    Council please??
    Look forward to your reply

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