Shipton Road shipshape again thanks to county council crew
A stretch of popular road in Woodstock has been returned to pristine condition by Oxfordshire County Council.
Shipton Road, between the Hensington Road roundabout and Randolph Avenue, has seen drainage improvements, kerb repairs and resurfacing around 3500m2 along with the replacement of road markings.
The county council has invested around £225,000 on the work which will hopefully mean that the road will not need further work for many years.
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