Halfpenny Lane given the full works
Our work to repair a stretch of south Oxfordshire countryside has come to an end as tools were downed on Halfpenny Lane in Cholsey last month.
The damaged road, which is used by drivers and cyclists alike, has been repaired to make journeys safer for anyone passing through.
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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