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Please click on the link to view further details of the above checks taking place this year in Lancing
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Please be aware of the Spring litter pick. Help make Widewater beautiful for the new season All welcome.
Sat 4th April 2020 11.00 am - 12.30
Please meet at the Information booth by the car park entrance. All equipment provided. Prize for the most unusual item of litter found!
Please click on the link to view details of the dates for this year for the regular monthly clean up at Beach Green Lancing.
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Please click on the link to view the latest press release from West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service regarding safety in the kitchen.
We have received notification that A-one+, on behalf of Highways England will be carrying out the replacement of existing non-operational CCTV cameras with new PTZ (Pan, Tilt and Zoom) type cameras to meet Highways England standards and specifications and establish a firm method of communication facility to enable access to cameras from the Regional Control Centre. Works will include additional cabinet installation and new power supplies where required. All sites are located along the A27 corridor.
In order to carry out these works as efficiently and as safely as possible, work will be carried out under full closures, lane closure or temporary traffic light management overnight between 8pm and 6am. The works will be Monday to Friday between Monday 17 February 2020 to Friday 13 March 2020. Weekend working may be considered as a contingency and the works are weather dependent.
Series of full closures, lane closures or lane closures managed by temporary traffic lights. Dates and timings
Lane closures managed by temporary traffic lights 17 February 2020 to 13 March 2020 8pm to 6am
A27 Drusilla's (Berwick) Roundabout
A27 Arundel Road, Salvington Hill
A27 Station Road, Arundel
Lane 1 closures 17 February 2020 to 13 March 2020
8pm to 6am
A27 Shoreham Bypass (Sussex pad)
A27 Sompting Road
A27 Warren Road
A27 Oving Crossroad
A27 First Avenue
A27 Lyons Way
Full closure A27 Busticle Lane (westbound filter lane into Halewick road)
26 February 2020 and 6 March 2020
8pm to 6am
Full closure A27 Lyons Way (westbound onslip from Upper Brighton Road)
18 February 2020 and 19 February 2020
8pm to 6am
Escorted access will be provided to residents within the works area, though there may be a short wait whilst the area is made safe.
Access for emergency vehicles through all works will be provided at all times.
Diversions: Clearly signed diversions will be in place suitable for all types of vehicles.
A27 Busticle Lane Diversion: Westbound traffic wishing to turn right into Halewick Lane should continue westbound the A27 to Grove Lodge Roundabout where they can turn around to join the A27 eastbound back to turn left into Halewick Lane.
A27 Lyons Way Diversion: Vehicles wishing to enter the A27 westbound from Upper Brighton Road will be diverted across the A27 to Lyons Way. At the first roundabout turn around back to the A27 junction where they can turn left to continue their westbound journey.
If you have any questions or if you'd like to know about the work taking place, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Phone: 01732 446800
Post: 10, Kings Hill Avenue,
Although these works have been carefully programmed they are subject to change. If you would like to be kept up to date with any changes to the programme please send your email address to email@example.com
Every effort has been made to ensure disruption to nearby residents is kept to a minimum, but there will inevitably be some noise and disruption generated by these works and for that we apologise in advance.
Our road workers frequently work in situations which are both unpleasant and dangerous and we would kindly ask that you treat them with the respect you would wish to be treated with while they are working in your area. If you do have any issues with the work taking place, our road workers will always try to help you if they can.
Please click on the link to view the advert summarising the key messages of the Take the Lead campaign which promotes responsible dog ownership in the South Downs. The issues of dog mess and livestock worrying are a common concern for most of the parishes in the National Park so anything you can do to help spread these important messages to your familes and friends will help us raise awareness about the importance of being a responsible dog owner.
A real success story has happened at the Play Area at Croshaw Recreation Ground. A makeover has been completed thanks to a joint-funding partnership. Children can now twirl and whirl or spin and spring on the new roundabout, spinner bowl, scooter and sealion springers as well as test their skills crossing the wobbly bridge in the toddler multi-play. These new items have been introduced to complement the existing swings and remaining junior multi-play. The Play Area has also been upgraded to make play safer with all the safety surfacing having been replaced.
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