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Syresham St James Parish Church
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Posted: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 14:12 by Samantha Hosking
After securing a grant from MHCLG to allow us to renovate Syresham Pocket Park, the Parish Council have been working hard to make significant improvements. New steps, paths, seats, picnic benches, water safety throw lines and information sign have all been installed. The Scouts have also been busy making and installing bird boxes, making wildlife habitats on site and litterpicking. There is still plenty to do and the work to keep the site a wonderful place to visit will continue. In the meantime, we welcome your comments on what you think of the renovation, what other improvements you would like to see and please let us know if you have been spending more time visiting the park and tell us how you use the space. If you would like to get in touch, please contact the Parish Clerk; firstname.lastname@example.org We would really like to hear from you.
Posted: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 13:44 by Samantha Hosking
Upcoming HS2 Main Works Virtual 1-1 Engagement Events -EKFB have a few slots left. Feel free to arrange a slot below.EKFB are continuing with their main works virtual engagement events in your area. They are offering people the chance to meet with the engagement team on a 1-1 basis.The next session for the Twyford to Greatworth area (covering Preston Bissett, Chetwode and Brackley) is on Wednesday, 22 September, from 3pm-7pm.Book your 20 minute slot here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/.../hs2-and-ekfb-twyford-to...David ButcherEKFB Engagement Manager
Posted: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 13:43 by Samantha Hosking
Karen McGilvray,Public Liaison Officer at Tarmac, is delighted to report that all is progressing well as we make our way along the north bound Carriageway of the A43.Last week we finished the slip roads to and from The Green Man Pub and Premier Inn with no incidents whilst facilitating access to and egress from to the businesses, resulting in as little disruption as possible.As some of you pointed out last week, the Northampton Road Roundabout which is locally known as the BP Roundabout, is not yet complete. We are very close to finishing and reinstating all the road markings and are just waiting to get back on and complete when road space and other factors allow. Our works were rescheduled to accommodate HS2 and other local schemes. This road sharing reduces the confusion for the public and avoids having multiple conflicting closures, which is all positive.Thank you once again for your patience and support while we continue to improve the A43, making it a safer and a smoother driving experience for all road users. As always please get in touch if you have any questions on our scheme: email@example.com