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Either BB119 or BB351 - see description

Reported in the Belisha Beacon broken category anonymously at 21:06, Wed 28 August 2019

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

It's either BB119, opposite One Stop convenience store, or BB351, just north of jct with Wattleton Road, that is dead. Sorry that I can't remember which, but either way it's the beacon on the left hand lane when travelling north and they're only 200 yards apart. Three schools - inc a primary - and two nurseries use these crossings, so please fix in time for new term

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 08:20, Thu 29 August 2019

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  • Still not fixed, astonishingly. It's B119, nearly two months after being reported. Three schools use this crossing, and heading for dark afternoons.

    Posted anonymously at 09:18, Wed 23 October 2019

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