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PUBLISHED: 16:26 03 August 2006 | UPDATED: 09:41 24 May 2010

Horrified is exactly how I feel as a resident of Nailsea (of some 16 years) who chose to come here particularly because of the quiet unspoilt countryside surrounding a green belt secured small town. Please can you tell me where I can view the plans for th

Horrified is exactly how I feel as a resident of Nailsea (of some 16 years) who chose to come here particularly because of the quiet unspoilt countryside surrounding a green belt secured small town.Please can you tell me where I can view the plans for the route? I imagine that this will cut across The Causeway and surrounding area, which is where I, and many others, enjoy peaceful walks because of the solitude afforded by the many local footpaths. Only the hum of the M5 in the distance can be heard. This plan will also radically affect those businesses, which I support whenever I can, at The Clevedon Craft Centre, which I also imagine will be obliterated by the link to the M5 Junction 20.I would be grateful if you could publish where I (and others) might see plans and gain up-to-date information as to the stage reached with these.Hilary Britland - via e-mail


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