.....Breaking News.....Breaking News.....
The Parish Council Highways Working Group have been informed by the County that all consultations regarding the lowering of the speed limit on the Broadway and Alms Hill to 30mph have now been successfully completed, with no objections received.
All of the new signage has now been ordered and the main work will commence very soon. Some repainting of 'giveway' lines and other road markings has already been done near Manor Farm.
Once work has been completed and the new limit is in force, the Parish Council requests that all residents who are in the new 30mph zone should remove the 40mph stickers from their bins.
The Parish Council also made an application for another Highways improvement grant this year, to install an interactive sign on Gills Hill/High Street, and a village entrance sign when entering the village from the B1046 Fox Road/Toft Road.
We have just been informed that we have been successful in this application, and will keep you informed as to when this work is likely to commence.
Bourn Parish Council
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