Public Notice CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL (CARNIVAL PROCESSION, VARIOUS ROADS, EATON BRAY)  (TEMPORARY....
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Temporary Road Closure - 5 July 2014

Public Notice

CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL

(CARNIVAL PROCESSION, VARIOUS ROADS, EATON BRAY)

 (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2014

Central BedfordshireNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Central Bedfordshire Council intend not less than seven days from the date of this Notice to make an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding along The Orchards, High Street and Moor End, Eaton Bray and their side roads while the procession is passing.

This temporary closure is required to facilitate the holding of the Village Carnival procession and shall apply to such extent as may from time to time be indicated by the appropriate traffic signs.

The procession is expected to take place on Saturday 5th July 2014 between 11.30am and 1.30pm

The alternative routes available for vehicles affected by the Order are:-

Continue along Dunstable Road to Church End, Totternhoe, turn left onto Castle Hill Road, turn left onto Stanbridge Road, turn left onto Totternhoe Road and continue onto High Street and vice versa.

The proposed Order will come into operation on 5th July 2014 for a period of one day.

 

DATED 20th June 2014

Marcel Coiffait
Director of Community Services

Central Bedfordshire Council
Priory House
Chicksands
Shefford SG1917 5TQ

Reader Comments

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July 3, 2014, Eaton Bray says:

It should be noted that the roads will not be closed for all of this 2 hour period. In reality the individual closures will be as short as possible to allow the Carnival Procession to pass through safely as required.


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