Square review in progress

PUBLISHED: 16:00 04 April 2015

King John's Hunting Lodge

King John's Hunting Lodge


three people have been hired to consult on changes to Axbridge’s town square.

The Streets Of Axbridge project, run by the Axbridge Action Group, has reduced the number of car parking spaces available in The Square to make it more pedestrian-friendly.

The community facilitators, Barbara Wells, Liz Hamilton and Sharon Anderson, will now consult with Axbridge visitors and residents to assess what they think of the scheme.

The results will show what else can be done to improve the balance between cars and pedestrians.

Peter Harding, from the Axbridge Action Group, said: “We were delighted to get such a big response from people interested in this role.

“We have appointed three highly-motivated individuals who we believe will work well together to engage with all areas of the community, and with visitors to Axbridge.”

For more information visit www.streetsofaxbridge.org.uk

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