Public Support for a Safe Means of Crossing the A340 Basingstoke Road for Access to Public Transport and The Fallows Open Space

Local residents to petition for a safe means of crossing the busy A340

The feedback from the Padworth Parish Plan questionnaire highlights the need for a safe means of crossing the busy road for residents accessing public transport and the public Open Space. Local residents are calling for action to introduce a crossing on the A340 and are raising a petition to present to West Berkshire Council. If you would like to sign our petition or have specific views or experiences about this issue and haven’t yet been approached please leave a comment below, contact Angela Spoor on 0118 971 3940 or email on angelaspoor@btconnect.com or print off a copy of the petition,  Petition for Safe Crossing of A340, sign it and send it to Angela Spoor, 21 Swan Drive, Aldermaston, RG7 4UZ.  Every signature counts – anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to sign; friends, family, neighbours. The more signatures we get the better.

We are counting on your support to help make a safe environment for local residents and visitors to The Wharf.  Thank you.

If you have any questions/ comments/ observations, feel free to use the comments form below

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2 Responses to Public Support for a Safe Means of Crossing the A340 Basingstoke Road for Access to Public Transport and The Fallows Open Space

  1. paul says:

    I would like to sign the petition – it is incredibly dangerous trying to cross the road walking a dog with juggernauts speeding past at well over 30 mph.

    • Angela Spoor says:

      I have a petition at home you could sign – my address 21 Swan Drive, Aldermaston Wharf. Alternatively there is one in the village shop.

      Thank you for your support

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