Central Bedfordshire Council have instructed Amey to carry out detailed design and programming for maintenance works at the A505 Leighton Buzzard bypass between the A5 roundabout and the Totternhoe / Stanbridge turns.
The proposed dates are, from 06:00 Monday 22nd September until 06:00 Saturday 27th September. There will be a complete (24hr) closure during this period which will include the Totternhoe / Eaton Bray junction. The Stanbridge turn will remain open to Eastbound traffic.
The map below shows the extent of the scheme:
Line Dancing sessions begin again on Tuesday, 2nd September at 1.30 p.m. at Eaton Bray Village Hall.
We will be starting gently with some easier dances suitable for new dancers and those of us who need a refresher after the Summer break.
Line Dancing is excellent physical exercise, good for honing the memory and good fun (we don't take ourselves too seriously). The steps are set to a range of popular music styles, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The Chilterns Commons Project is inviting everyone who's been inspired by the wildlife or landscape of a local common to enter a free art competition 'Imagine…' which is offering prizes worth £50 - £100 in several categories. Whether you're 8 or 85, enjoy photography, painting, drawing, ceramics or other creative pursuits and have been inspired by a Chilterns common you can enter! To find your nearest common, visit the map on the website www.chilternsaonb.org/commons
Artwork in any medium is welcomed from amateur artists young and old. There are three age groups: under 11s, 11-18, adults; and four categories: Painting, drawing, printing; Textiles; Photography; Sculpture, ceramics, glass and wood crafts. The deadline for entries is Friday 19th September 2014.
It's easy to enter the competition. Attach an A4 high resolution photograph of your entry to an entry form. Entry forms are online www.chilternsaonb.org/free-art-competition or ring 01844 355525. Artists can submit up to three entries. There is no size restriction.
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