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Mud and debris on road

Reported by gary elliott at 18:17, Mon 15 October 2018

Sent to North Warwickshire Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council 2 minutes later

The National Ploughing competition traffic has churned up the road verges and dragged heavy mud all over the road leading to the village. It is dangerous and dirty.

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  • Mud now covers the entire length of Norton Hill. It is also being worked down onto Main Road in Austrey. There are deep ruts in the verges that would cause severe damage to vehicles if they were to veer off the carriageway. Potholes have appeared in the edges of the road towards the A444. Near the field entry where the ploughing competition was taking place there are a large number of stones and pebbles in the road, dragged off the field. In my opinion these conditions are dangerous, especially to motorcyclists, and a nasty accident could occur if they are not cleared.

    Posted by Emma Fish at 12:00, Tue 16 October 2018

  • Countyhighways@warwickshire.gov.uk

    Warwickshire County Council has received your report which will be reviewed accordingly. There are no automatic updates to the status of this report - this is something we are working on as part of the improvements to fault reporting.

    Posted by County Highways at 12:26, Tue 16 October 2018

  • The Norton Hill Road is in a very bad state now. Mud covers the road making it slippery. Heavy construction traffic is speeding along the roads. The verges now cannot be used to provide passing places because of deep ruts. The whole of the road needs inspecting and repairing as a matter of urgency

    Posted by gary elliott at 12:29, Tue 16 October 2018

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