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Parish council chairperson calls for potholes to be filled in

PUBLISHED: 12:25 28 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:26 28 May 2018

Jane Wisbey says there has been numerous complaints about the unadopted road which leads to the medical practice off The Street. Photo: Jane Wisbey

Jane Wisbey says there has been numerous complaints about the unadopted road which leads to the medical practice off The Street. Photo: Jane Wisbey

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A parish council chairperson is calling for potholes leading to a doctor’s surgery in Lenwade to be filled in.

Jane Wisbey says there has been numerous complaints about the unadopted road which leads to the medical practice off The Street.

Ms Wisbey, chair of Great Witchingham and Lenwade Parish Council, said: “Several residents and councillors have been in touch with the school and surgery asking if they can please resolve this issue,” she said. “We were told it is ‘in hand’, but yet here we are five months later.

A spokesman for Lenwade surgery said it has asked local councils to investigate the issue for those who live on or use the lane.

A spokesman for the nearby Great Witchingham Church of England Primary Academy said the school and surgery have been “actively” involved in trying to improve the road’s condition, adding: “Discussions are continuing given there are some changes ongoing to the existing parking arrangements at the surgery.”


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