Tickenham Church will be taking part in the Marie Curie National Day of Reflection on March 23rd. If you would like to remember someone who has died over this last terrible year, for whatever reason, there will be a space in front of the church porch gates for you to place a daffodil as a mark of remembrance or out of respect for those affected by Covid in any way this last year.
Over the past few months more and more people have been out walking. This has drawn attention to the overgrown pavements throughout the village. The pavements are narrow at the best of times so when weeds grow against your property boundaries and shrubs hang over the paths they become almost impassable and people have had to step into the road. That is scary! We are appealing to you to do your bit for the community by clearing any weeds and debris on the pavement by your boundary and cutting back any overhanging shrubs and trees. This will be much appreciated by your fellow Tickenham residents. Thank you. Tickenham Parish Council
As part of the Hinkley Connection Project, National Grid’s contractor is working in the area: traffic will need to be managed as follows to keep road users and workers safe::
From Thursday 27 February, there will be:
Two way traffic lights on Clevedon Road (B13130), Tickenham – for a maximum of two weeks.
Temporary road closure on Church Lane, Tickenham – until end of March 2020.
Temporary road closure on Washing Pound Lane, Tickenham – until end of March 2020
Temporary road closure on Sheepway, Portbury – until mid-March 2020.
Later in the programme, work will start in the west end of Nailsea and on Whitehouse Lane.
From Monday 9th March 2020 there will be
Temporary traffic lights on Engine Lane and Blackfriars Road – until early April 2020
Temporary road closure on Hannah More Road – from 6 May until 1 June 2020
From Tuesday 14 April 2020, there will be:
Temporary road closure on Whitehouse Lane, Wraxall – until early May 2020.
National Grid and Murphy recognise that these roadworks will cause delays to peoples’ journeys and are sorry for the inconvenience they will cause. They are working to reduce disruption as best they can. Diversion signs will be in place to show alternative routes for the road closures. The scheduled dates for working on the highways may change at short notice. Once the cables are in place and operational, the next step is to start to take down two lines of existing pylons between Nailsea and Portishead and to build new the new line of T-pylons from Sandford to Seabank. Balfour Beatty will build the new pylons for National Grid and are carrying out surveys along the route to help plan the final designs for the overhead line and new pylon locations. To stay up to date and find more information on all stages of the Hinkley Connection Project – visit the ‘Current Activity’ pages on the National Grid website www.hinkleyconnection.co.uk. Or contact the community relations team on 0800 377 7347 or by email at .