Cleveland Bridge will remain closed to HGVs but will re-open to vehicles under two metres in width from 0600hrs on 25/10/2021 . Traffic light controls and the two-metre width restriction are being put in place as part of the staged re-opening of the bridge.
Pedestrians, cyclists and cars can use the bridge which is undergoing extensive repairs. However due to the safety-critical nature of the work vehicles over two-metres wide including HGVs will be kept off the structure.
Temporary supports have been installed under the bridge deck to enable crucial sections of the bridge to be repaired and this means only carefully managed traffic can cross.An exception has been made for emergency vehicles, which will be able to access the bridge via a gate specifically for their use. Diversion routes for all other vehicles and through traffic on the A36 via South Gloucestershire are available on the council’s Cleveland Bridge webpage: https://beta.bathnes.gov.uk/cleveland-bridge-renovation-project/information-coaches-and-heavy-goods-vehicles
Sat & Sun 16th &17th Oct order up to 5 trees for your garden at bargain prices £5 small and £10 large – follow the link
Please follow link to see retrospective planning application and to register your views.
We plan a social gathering at St Mary’s church hall 7pm to 9pm Wednesday 10th November. Drinks and snacks provided. £5 pp on the door. We hope to have a short talk of local interest – speaker TBA.
A retrospective planning application has been made for change of use to a party house for 25 guests. The house has been operating as such since July and causing considerable nuisance to neighbours. Responses to the application are required by 14th October. Please follow the link for details.
Just 2 hours a month. No experience required. Please help look after this lovely old churchyard. Follow the link for full details.
A very successful afternoon on Saturday and as a result of generous donations for tea and cakes £101 has been sent to the Genesis Trust in Bath.
Follow link to see details of this class and the links to allow you to book.
There is a lot going on in Sydney Gardens including free tours.Follow the link to see the newsletter which has embedded links to allow you to book a place on one of the free tours.
Tea and cake available at Cedar Lodge between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Cedar Lodge is on the left as your walk up Bathwick Hill just before North Lane and opposite Woodland Place.
Woodland walks leave from the grassy area behind Woodland Place at 2.45pm and at 3.30pm. Paths could be muddy. Access to the grassy area is via the lane opposite Cedar Lodge. There will be activities for families on the grass area.
Fingers crossed for the weather!