STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED) ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991 DIVERSION OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC BENNETTS LANE / LOXLEY LANE, BRAMSHALL
NOTICE is hereby given that the Staffordshire County Council on 7 May 2019 made an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in that length of Bennetts Lane / Loxley Lane in Bramshall in so much as passes by and is in the vicinity of the level crossing for a distance of 20 metres either side unless the vehicle is being used in connection with the works. Access to local properties will be available.
An alternative route for traffic is available via Loxley Lane, A518 Stafford Road, B5027 Stafford Road, B5027 Hockley Road, B5027 Oldfields Road, B5027 Stone Road, B5027 Bramshall Road, B5027 Stone Road, Bennetts Lane and vice versa. For more information, visit: https://roadworks.org?tm=112925008.
The order will come into operation from 07:00 hours on 12 May 2019 and the said works will commence on or as near as practicable to that date. It is anticipated that the works will be completed by 14:00 hours on the same day.
The Order will remain in force for a period of 18 months, or until the annual level crossing testing works, which it is proposed to carry out on or near the road have been completed, whichever is the earlier.
The Speed Watch Team in Bramshall have just celebrate their second anniversary of existence and have provided the Parish Council with the information below:
“As we reach our second anniversary of the commencement of Speedwatch activities in the Village of Bramshall (started on 23.03.2017) the small team of volunteers agree that there has been a noticeable improvement in the standard of driving by most road users in the Village.
There remain just a few individuals who continue to threaten the safety of our roads by driving too fast but hopefully, in time, the roads will become a safer environment for everyone.
In these past two years the volunteers have noted a reduction in the number of speeding offences, this is obvious from the information collected from the regular road speed monitoring sessions.
One change that has happened recently was the fitting of the new permanent warning signs at four sites on the fringes of the village: Stone Road (2), Bennetts Lane (1) and Leigh Lane (1), to alert drivers they are entering a “community speedwatch area”. These metal signs replace the old, plastic, temporary ones that were used hitherto. Monitoring of the various sites will, it is hoped, further continue to reduce the level of speeding offences.
As mentioned, Speedwatch, in the village is undertaken by a small group of volunteers who make themselves available for a couple of hours each month. It is sometimes not possible to find enough volunteers and we are therefore seeking a few more individuals to join the team. So why not join us?
If you are interested in becoming a “Community Speed watcher” in Bramshall, please contact Michelle Shaker, the Community Engagement Co-ordinator at Police HQ in Stafford on 01785 232702, who will be pleased to discuss how to join the team.
STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED) ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991 DIVERSION OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC PIGEONHAY LANE, UTTOXETER
NOTICE is hereby given that the Staffordshire County Council on 16 April 2019 made an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in that length of Pigeonhay Lane in Uttoxeter adjacent to Waterloo Farm unless the vehicle is being used in connection with the works. No access other than to Waterloo Farm will be maintained.
An alternative route for traffic is available via A522 Uttoxeter Road, A50 from Ashbourne Road Roundabout B5030 to East Staffordshire Borough Council Boundary, A50 Bypass, B5030 Ashbourne Road, A522 New Road, Holly Road, B5027 Bramshall Road, B5027 Stone Road, Church Lane, Leigh Lane, Leigh Road, Pigeonhay Lane and vice versa.
Uttoxeter Rural Parish Council are happy to announce that the World War 1 Bench, purchase with funds from Tesco Bags of Help, is now installed at Stramshall Playing Fields, Creighton Lane, Stramshall, ST14 5AX.
Tesco Bags of Help Community Team officially opened the bench today, 6th March 2019 and some Stramshall residents were on hand to try out the bench for comfort.
Cllr Smith and Cllr Oulsnam, from Uttoxeter Rural Parish Council, met with Sue Brown and Julie Mayer from Tesco, Uttoxeter to officially open the bench for the residents of Stramshall.
Sue Brown and Julie Mayer commented, ” Tesco Community Team are very pleased to be here today to officially open the bench, that was made possible by Tesco Bags of Help fund. Tesco is passionate about supporting the community and are thrilled that the funds have been spent on such a wonderful bench”.
Cllr Oulsnam and Cllr Smith thanked Tesco for their generous funding and highlighted that this bench at the playing fields is part of a larger Parish wide WW1 Commemoration project.
The project includes samplings being planted at the Stramshall Playing fields boundary, these were donated by Woodland Trust, the Lord William Group donated bench that is located in St Michaels and All Angels Church, St Michaels Road, Stramshall and the WW1 Bench by the Parish Hall in Bramshall, which was sponsored by Cllr Colin Whittaker, East Staffordshire Borough Council, from his community fund.
Uttoxeter Rural Parish Council believe that the residents can now remember those who did not return on the three benches and can use them to reflect on the sacrifice that was made.
The Parish Council are pleased that the Lord William’s seat, which is a gift to the village of Stramshall, to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the ending of on WW1 – 1918 – 2018 has been installed. The seat is to remember the seven Stramshall villagers who never returned.
The seat can be found in the grounds of St Michaels and All Angels Church, St Michaels Road, Stramshall ST14 5AH.
The Parish Council were glad to be asked to be involved in this project and hope the residents of the Parish enjoy sitting on the Seat to reflect.
The Parish Council would like to Thank the Lord William’s group for this poignant asset to the Parish.