The signs are clear on road to Burford
Motorists on the A424 southboud approach to Burford have a clearer view of things after the county council responded to concerns about signs.
A local councillor pointed out that some signs on the route were not visible due to overgrowing hedges, dirt or simply being knocked over. Our local team responded by ordering hedge trimming, cleaning and work on the damaged sign.
The best way to report a whole range of problems on the roads from potholes to obscured signs is via Fix My Street - https://fixmystreet.oxfordshire.gov.uk/ This is the most effective way to log problems as it ensures that the matter is entered directly on to the county council’s system.
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