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By Tarvin Webteam - 27th September 2014 6:00am
One of our residents recently wrote in using firstname.lastname@example.org to Tarvinonline to ask the simple question
Is there an available list of all the street names on the new Taylor Wimpey estate?
She pointed out that it would be very helpful to know this when yet another lorry/van driver drives into the village asking for a street name that is unfamiliar. At the moment for her, like almost every resident I expect, it is guesswork ( haven't a clue)
In her email she patted us on the back by writing " I am sure that Tarvinonline will know the answer if anyone does. " Well we are suckers for praise but we didn't know so we have found the answer from someone who did know — our Parish Clerk of course!
The Parish Council chose the names of the roads within the Saxon Heath development. Details are on the attached map.
For good measure we can add that all the properties on the Old Copper Kettle site are within Millside Close apart from the few properties on the main road (Bye-Pass Road)
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