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Temporary Road Closure of Whitnash Road, Whitnash

Whitnash Town Council have been given advanced notice of the temporary road closure of Whitnash Road at the junction with Murcott Road East, near the Plough & Harrow. The closure is required to facilitate works for the replacement of a manhole cover in the carriageway. It is anticipated that this will take place on Sunday 29th […]

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Fosse Way Closure near Harbury

The Fosse Way will be closed to traffic at the railway bridge near Harbury on Saturday 10th December and Sunday 11th December. However, the closure may last until Wednesday. A diversion will be in force during the time the work on the bridge is taking place. For further information, see links below. Notice of closure […]

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Emergency Road Closure of Fosse Way, Chesterton/Harbury

Whitnash Town Council has been alerted to a proposed diversion for the above emergency road closure from 05/12/16 to 06/12/16 due to emergency repairs to scaffolding on the bridge which has been struck by a vehicle. The emergency services will be informed and the contractor will notify residents and businesses directly affected by the closure. […]

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Stagecoach No. 75 bus service to end 19th December 2016

Whitnash Town Council have been informed by Stagecoach that the 75 Public Bus service operating from The Parade in Leamington, down the Tachbrook Road and out to Bishops Tachbrook that was introduced in June has carried very few passengers and consequently will cease operation from Monday 19th December 2016. However, a New 76 service will be introduced by […]

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Remembrance Concert

Lest we forget…… At 7.30pm on Friday 11th November, a Remembrance Concert and Drum Head Service will be held at St Margaret’s Church. Doors open at 7pm, and tickets are priced at £7.50. The concert and service will feature the Cubbington Silver Band, and Melody Belles. For tickets and more information, please contact David Clough […]

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