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Lamp no 5 on footpath beside St Maries Miiddle School

Reported in the Street lighting category anonymously at 15:11, Sun 26 November 2017

Sent to Warwickshire County Council 3 minutes later

This has been out now for at least TWO months. Council seem incapable of fixing. When first reported council said they knew about it and it was in hands of contractor to sort. Not very good hands!!

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  • This column has been visited by our Contractor, who have advised us that to be able to make the repair, an overgrown tree requires cutting back. When this has been done, a new lantern will be fitted.

    Posted anonymously at 11:30, Mon 27 November 2017

  • Warwickshire County Council want to spend more money on getting our roads opened at a reasonable speed, Lawford Road Rugby, on to week 8 still closures for gas repairs maximum 4 men on the job at one time, it is the councils responsibility to get our roads opened fast and safe, not cause chaos & diversions just to save British Gas Millions of £s THESE ROADS ARE OURS!!

    Posted by Luke Hannaway at 07:26, Wed 13 December 2017

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:19, Sun 24 December 2017

  • Council comment was overgrown tree needs pruning before they fix the light. Obviously they cannot find a saw!!!!!

    Posted anonymously at 17:19, Sun 24 December 2017

  • Since the storm last Sunday the tree is leaning down onto the footpath leading from Hibbert Close to Bradbury boys club and looks ready to fall down, it seems dangerous and needs assessing as this is a very busy footpath to the town centre and I nearly got hit by a cyclist as we were coming in opposite direction and he couldn’t see me. You can’t pass it without getting closer to the fence and ducking Kevin’s regards Helen Lewis

    Posted by Helen Lewis at 17:47, Mon 4 June 2018

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