Cherbury Green in Grove sees potholes patched
Our road repair team have been out to Cherbury Green in Grove to tackle potholes and areas of tired road surface.
As you can see from the pictures, the team focussed their efforts on key areas and effectively resurfaced patches. The areas that haven’t been surfaced were found to be in good condition. Working in this way means that money and resources are used efficiently so that more repairs can be made elsewhere on the road network.
Although the pictures don’t show it due them being taken before the end of work, the edges of the resurfaced patches will be sealed and then ‘dusted’ to prevent the sealing paint sticking to wheels and shoes.
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