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Jul
18
2016

High Street is closed in August……………………

Proposed Road Works in High Street The proposed Road Works in the High Street will certainly affect just about everyone who lives and works in Walton over the coming weeks. Motorists will be diverted onto roads which are not used to taking such volumes of traffic and those with local road knowledge will be using their own routes to bypass the centre of town. In a normal summer weeks the shops are less busy as […]

Jun
13
2016

Cycle Path Meeting….

Your chance to speak up and be heard….!! At the meeting held in The Playhouse to discuss the Walton Cycle Path, Surrey County Councillor Margaret Hicks said that all the points made had been noted and would be discussed at the next Elmbridge/Surrey Local Committee meeting. This meeting will be held at Esher Civic Centre at 4 p.m. on Monday June 27th. There are arrangements for members of the public to put questions to the […]

Jun
5
2016

Another road closure………

The High Street is being closed during the summer holidays The following information was sent to us by Thames Water. Replacement of Surface Water Sewer- Walton on Thames High Street We wanted to provide you with advance notice that we are planning to undertake necessary repair work to replace a damaged surface water sewer under Walton on Thames High Street over the school holiday period this summer. You may be aware that we undertook some […]

Jun
5
2016

Road closure in town centre is happening soon……….

We have been notified of the following road closure, please read the information below. Temporary road closure: Churchfield Road, Walton on Thames – 27th June 2016 We write to inform you of the above temporary road closure, the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length of (D3809) Churchfield Road, Walton on Thames, between the southern boundary of the property known as Brookwood House and the northern […]

May
23
2016

Clean-up on a bright new day…….

Community Clean-Up – Cowey Sale and Thames Tow Path This morning was warm and sunny with no wind – perfect conditions for being out in the fresh air down by the river. Between 10am and 11am, 35 volunteers collected 39 sacks of rubbish, including a car exhaust silencer, a bed pan, traffic cone and a folding push chair from the undergrowth at Cowey Sale and along the tow path between the marina and first Desborough […]

Mar
30
2016

Beware of traffic when going to use the toilet………

at the new Cowey Sale facilities. Use the link below to view video. Walton Bridge Cafe_30032016

Feb
3
2016

Manor Road……..closed for a time…..

Temporary road closure: Manor Road Walton on Thames – 22nd February 2016 There will be a temporary road closure starting this month, the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding along that length of (D3805) Manor Road, Walton on Thames, between its junction with Thames Street and the south westerly boundary of property number 54 Manor Road, a distance of 20 metres. This Temporary Traffic Order is required to […]

Nov
2
2015

Remembrance Day Service…….

The details for Remembrance Sunday 8th November are as follows:-   10:55 – Walton War Memorial – Act of Remembrance Followed by Parade down the High Street to St Mary’s Church   11:30 – St Mary’s Church – Service of Remembrance

Oct
19
2015

Drakes Park………….is this the end???

Special Planning Meeting Cancelled. The Applicant has withdrawn Planning Application 2015 / 1096 for the 1024 new homes by Fieldcommon ( generally known as Drakes Park), all Councillors were advised of this on Friday afternoon. Please be advised: The specially arranged meeting to determine the application was due to be held tomorrow evening ( Tuesday, 20 October) many people were expected to attend in the Public Gallery, this meeting has obviously now been cancelled.  

Oct
14
2015

Traffic Signals at High Street/Hepworth Way…..

We hope that the explanation below will assist all pedestrian and vehicle users to understand and appreciate the operation of these recently installed traffic signals. The explanation below is our interpretation of  the formal technical document provided to us. The Department for Transport anticipated that nearside signalling for pedestrians would become the standard form. The DfT published a Traffic Advisory Leaflet in March 2005 to this effect. They’re designed to encourage pedestrians to face the […]

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