Local Information & Useful Links

Traffic Calming Measures in Drayton Parslow

Some of you will have noticed signs going up around the village warning of road works and road closures starting on Monday 8th April. These road works cover the installation of traffic calming/safety measures as reported in the Village Newsletter in April – page 6. Initially, from the 8-14 April, roadworks not adversely affecting traffic flow will commence. A Temporary Traffic Order will come into play on 15th April where there may be partial road closures in the area between the Church and allotments. The reason for the timing is because of school holidays when traffic is reduced. A leaflet drop will be made to all affected households on Thursday 4th April.
TfB has advised:
“Although we have allowed for a lengthy closure, we will only be closing the road when absolutely necessary to work on the narrowest section of the road by the church. We will not be closing the road for the entire duration that the TTRO is active; we have built in some redundancy should something go wrong. We will also be allowing unrestricted access to all residents at all times in addition to the normal bus service and emergency vehicles”.
I hope this answers any questions you may have, but please contact me if you have any others. draytonparslowpc@btinternet.com

 

Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village Competition 2019

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Bus Timetable

Route 50 passes through the village three times each day, Monday to Saturday; serving between Winslow and Milton Keynes. Timetable available here

Honey Bee Swarms

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Neighbourhood Policing

Drayton Parslow falls within the Great Brickhill, Wing & Ivinghoe Neighbourhood area of Thames Valley Police. A lot of helpful information, including copies of “Neighbourhood Update” newsletters and dates of “Have Your Say” meetings can be found on their website

Thames Valley Police – Aylesbury Facebook Page

Link to their Facebook page for updates and news

New Thames Valley Police and Crime Plan 2017-2021

Anthony Stansfield, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley has recently published his new five year Police and Crime Plan which sets out the priorities for policing and other crime reduction organisations across the Thames Valley, including the response to regional and national threats. The full plan can be found on the PCC website – click here