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Category Archives: Wolds Weighton
A pile of rubbish bags full of wallpaper scrapings have been fly tipped in the lay-by next to the garage near to the A166/Full Sutton T junction. I have requested ERYC to remove the rubbish at the earliest opportunity.
Motorists leaving Full Sutton on Moor Lane are increasingly hitting the pot hole on the corner just past the prison especially when traffic is coming the other way. I have requested ERYC to repair the pot hole at the earliest … Continue reading
The pot hole on Bolton Lane, between Bolton and Newbridge Lane is in urgent need of repair. As you approach from Bolton there is only just enough space to get a car through without hitting the four inch drop on … Continue reading
I am pleased to confirm that a replacement Wolds finger-post has been ordered. But as they are ordered from an external company it can take up to 2 months for them to be delivered. Well done ERYC.
The Wolds road sign for Wetwang, Huggate and North Dalton appears to have enjoyed better days. I have requested ERYC to undertake the required repairs at the earliest opportunity
I am pleased to confirm that ERYC will be installing two posts at the A166 Picnic Area to prevent further use of the exit created by an HGV. Well done ERYC.
I am pleased to report that the give way sign at the A166 picnic area Huggate junction which has seen better days is to be replaced. ERYC have confirmed that a works order will be raised in the new financial year … Continue reading
The 50mph sign on the left hand side of the Fangfoss to Full Sutton road near to the lay by appears to be taking a little rest. I have requested ERYC to address the issue.
I would like to thank ERYC for promptly dealing with my request for flood signs on the Full Sutton to Fangfoss road yesterday. Well done ERYC.
There is currently flooding on the Full Sutton to Fangfoss road in the dip that often contains water. I have informed ERYC Highways and they will visit the site and put in flooding signs if required.