We reported at the Annual Parish Meeting, that at last, we are making good progress with our Bus Shelter Project
The Cumbria County Council Highway Department and Bus Infrastructure Officer’s report which they produced last year, has been considered by their grants panel. We are pleased to report that we have received the funding and the go ahead from them, to install the shelter near the finger post sign post at the top of Back Lane.
We are hoping the shelter will be ready by the end of April, with groundworks starting before then.
It will benefit all those who use the local service and school buses, who often get wet when they have wait in the rain. The more we use our local rural bus services, the more likely it is that they will remain viable, and every bus journey reduces the need for a short car journey which means fewer harmful emissions and that is good for the environment.
This is a similar design to the one chosen for Sedgwick.
Sedgwick Parish Council welcomed Sheila Adams and Carole Woods from the CRKC to our Annual Parish Meeting last night. They presented information about the high levels of harmful pollution in the River Kent and what their campaign is doing to fight for a cleaner and safer River Kent.
To find out more, please visit our Clean River Kent Campaign Page
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