VILLAGE STEWARDS - Would you like to be a volunteer?

Do you have a little time to spare to help maintain our lovely village? Padbury Parish Council is looking for volunteers to become village stewards who would be happy to assist with some maintenance jobs around the village. The cost of materials will be reimbursed by the Parish Council. This would help to reduce Parish Council expenditure (which is part of your council tax). If interested please contact the clerk via email: padburyparishcouncil@gmail.com or telephone: 07961 827302. Thank you


THANK YOU to all those who have volunteered to use a little of their spare time to help maintain our lovely village.  You will shortly see our volunteers working around the village.


PLAY AREA

The Parish Council is currently looking into replacing the two redundant items of equipment.  


SPEED INDICATION DISPLAYS

Padbury Parish Council are pleased to advise that two temporary speed indication displays have now been fitted while we wait for the delivery of our new displays. They have been placed on the A413 and Main Street by Amblers Way.


A413/London Road crossing:

Buckinghamshire Council are finalising plans for the new signal pedestrian crossing on the A413/London Road. This has been made possible due to funding secured from the Section 106 developer contributions. The planned construction is during the school summer holiday period. The scheme’s statutory consultation has now been carried out.


EWR

Padbury Parish Council has raised concerns with EWR, HS2 and Buckinghamshire Council and will continue to do so. Updates/information are shared during the monthly Parish Council meetings as Cllr John Chilver from Buckinghamshire Council attends our meetings and meetings with both EWR and HS2. 


For your information:

Two speed cameras have been placed on the A413.

Variable Message Sign at the top of the village - this has now been relocated on the A413 so that traffic coming from Thornborough Road and Buckingham will be able to see it more clearly.

This sign has repeating messages that advise EWRA vehicles to follow the 20 is Plenty Campaign and that Main Street, Padbury is not to be used.

Yellow warning signs advising 'No EWR traffic beyond this point' have now been placed at all the entry points in to Padbury.

Contact Information:

EWR: Please email - Thaina Sa’id (Community Liaison Officer) bsaid@ewralliance.co.uk or publicinformation@ewralliance.co.uk
HS2: Please email - Chris James, Senior Engagement Manager - Chris.James@ekfb.com

EWR website address is eastwestrail.co.uk. In addition, they publish newsletters which can be viewed at eastwestrail.co.uk/library/newsletters. It is possible to receive your own copy by signing up at the same page.

Please follow the link below which will take you to Buckinghamshire Councils website and shows all the road works / diversions. You can also report any issues via this website:

https://www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/transport-and-roads/road-maintenance-and-repairs/planned-roadworks-and-diversions/



Padbury Parish Council

29th June 2021