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Highways — White lining

Members of the Parish Council met a member of Cheshire West and Chester Council's Highways team last week to discuss a number of outstanding issues.

One of these was the need to move the white line closer to the kerb where cars coming from the Tarporley direction are turning right off the A51 into Tarvin.

Parish councillors were told that the job would be done, but that this could not happen until winter gritting has ceased. This is because the mastic used to make the white lines adhere to the carriageway will not work if there is any trace of salt on the road surface.

We live and learn, and look forward to the white lines at this dangerous junction being moved to aid vision across the junction

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