Dragon spotted in Tadmarton
The county council’s fire breathing dragon has been spotted mending the roads in the village of Tadmarton.
As the images show, this cost-effective machine made quick work of filling in areas of worn out tarmac to make sure they are safer for local cyclists and drivers.
With almost 3,000 miles of road to look after across the county, we need your help – tell us how we can help you fix your street at https://fixmystreet.oxfordshire.gov.uk/.
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